The astronomical unit is a unit of length, roughly the distance from Earth to the
Sun. However ... metres (about 150 million kilometres, or 93 million miles).
Sep 17, 2012 ... The distance from Earth to the sun is called an astronomical unit, ... The AU has
been defined as 149,597,870,700 meters (92,955,807 miles).
The Sun is at an average distance of about 93,000,000 miles (150 million
kilometers) away from Earth. It is so far away that light from the Sun, traveling at a
Apr 10, 2009 ... Planets: Earth. Mars. Distance from the Sun*. 149,600,000 kilometers (km) or
92,900,000 miles. 227,940,000 km or 141,600,000 miles ...
The distances between planets will vary depending on where each planet is in its
orbit ... 1 AU is the distance from the Sun to Earth, which is 149,600,000 km.
Sep 28, 2012 ... The sun is at an average distance of about 93000000 miles (150 million
kilometers) away from Earth.
Jan 31, 2001 ... To get that distance in miles, multiply the A.U. distance by 93,000,000. So Saturn
is 1,321,416,800 kilometers from Earth (8.833x149,600,000) ...
The Sun is 875,000 miles across, though scientists usually use kilometers, ... For
example a person of 50 kg weighs 50 kg on Earth, 8.3 on the moon, and 1354 on
the ... which is another unit of angle) by the distance then you get the diameter.
Sep 18, 2012 ... 17th-century astronomers Giovanni Cassini and Jean Richer pegged the
distance from the Earth to the sun as 140 million kilometers, just nine ...
Jul 22, 2014 ... The Sun is the closest star to Earth, about 93 million miles away. ... such vast
distances, but a popular analogy sets the Sun at the size of a ...