What is the distance between Saturn and Uranus?


The distance between Saturn and Uranus varies based on where the planets are in their orbits around the sun, but averages 9.6 astronomical units. This translates to about 2.3 billion miles.

Due to the of nature planetary orbits, the distance between planets can vary by an incredible amount. For this reason, it is common to work with average distance measurements. The average distance between the Sun and Saturn is 9.54 astronomical units, while the average distance between the Sun and Uranus is 19.14 astronomical units. Subtracting 9.54 from 19.14 yields the 9.6 astronomical unit value for the average distance between Uranus and Saturn.

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