How Many Miles Is the Sun from Earth?

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The sun is 91.53 million miles from the Earth. It's the perfect source of light and heat for our planet. Scientists say that if the sun was a bit further away, we'd all freeze to death and if it was a bit closer, well, we'd all be toast.
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93 million miles.
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Scientists think that changes in the sun's magnetic field cause solar flares and coronal mass ejections. Powerful explosions in the sun's atmosphere accelerates subatomic particles
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The average distance between the sun and earth is about 93 million miles, or one astronomical unit.
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The sun is 91.89 million miles or 1.479x10^8 kilometers from the Ea...
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