How many miles is Jupiter from Earth?

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Jupiter is the 5th planet from the Sun, and the largest planet in the solar system. The Earth could fit inside Jupiter more than a thousand times. If you want to know how many miles Jupiter is from the Earth the distance is around 370 million miles.
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The distance changes because both Earth and Jupiter are orbiting the Sun and both Earth and Jupiter have elliptical orbits round the Sun. There are therefore occasions when Jupiter
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Jupiter is about 930 million miles from Earth.
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It depends upon when you are asking the questions - the average distance the Moon is from the. Earth. is 382,500 km/237,700 miles, but that number does fluctuate quite a bit - from
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1,300.
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