Planets Distance from Earth?

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The distance of all the planets, measuring the closest point in its orbit from earth is as follows: Mercury is 57 million miles, Venus is 26 million miles, Mars is 35 million miles, Jupiter is 370 million miles, Saturn is 744 million miles, Uranus is 1,607,000,000 miles, Neptune is 2,680,000,000 miles and Pluto is 2.67 billion miles.
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Mercury- 57,000,000 miles from Earth. Venus-23,700,000 miles from Earth. Earth-0 miles from Earth. Mars- 35,000,000 miles from Earth. Jupiter- 500,000,000 miles from Earth. Saturn
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1. Draw a diagram of the solar system with the sun in the center and each of the planets radiating out on their individual orbits. 2. Using Venus as an example, draw a straight line
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That varies constantly. It depends if they are in opposition or in conjunction with the Sun, as viewed from Earth. Mercury: closest approach: 80 million km Venus: closest approach
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The minerals and chemicals found on Earth are ubiquitous throughout space. Coming all the way here for them would be a wasteful expense. There are two plausible motives that aliens
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