What is the distance between Earth and Jupiter?


The distance between Jupiter and the Earth ranges between 893 and 964 km. Both planets have elliptical orbits around the sun. They therefore have times when they are closest or farthest from the sun. The shortest distance between the two cities occurs when Jupiter is at its closest to the sun and Earth is at its farthest from the sun.
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365 million miles 390,682,810 miles. If the Earth and Jupiter are not in a line with the sun with the sun in the middle, however, this answer will be incorrect.
Jupiter is about 391 million mi from Earth at its closest approach.
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It varies slightly, as Earth's orbit is not perfectly circular, but rather a slight ellipse. At its nearest (ironically, for the Northern Hemisphere) in Winter, Earth is 147,098,100
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The distance between Earth and Jupiter ranges between 554 million to 599 million miles (893 million to 964 million kilometers).
Their most distant point is when they're on opposite sides of the Sun, and both planets are at their aphelion. This gives a calculation of 964 million km apart.
The Earth is the third planet from the sun while Jupiter is the fifth. The most distant point between the two planets is when Jupiter and Earth are on opposite sides of the Sun. The distance between Earth and Jupiter therefore ranges between 893 million and 964 million kilometres apart.
Jupiter is said to be 390,682,810 miles away from earth. This means that Earth and Jupiter are 628,743,036 million km apart. Jupiter is the closest planet to Earth.
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