What Is the Distance between the Moon and the Sun?

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The difference between the moon and the sun is that the sun is a star and the centre of the solar system. The moon is a satellite that goes round the earth. We are only able to view part of the moon from the earth's skies.
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On average, the same as the distance between Earth and Sun - 150 million kilometers. During its orbit, the Moon gets closer to, and farther away from, the Sun than Earth, but these
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The distance between the sun and the moon is 150
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Perigee (closest point) 362,570 km. Apogee (farthest point) 405,410 km. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/w. iki/Moon.
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hi vivian! the mass of the earth is 5.976*10^24 kg the mass of the sun is 332.958* the mass of the earth the mass of the moon is 0.0123*the mass of the earth the diameter of the earth
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