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What is jupiters average distance from the sun?
It is 483,880,000 miles from the sun.
The orbit of Jupiter is at an average distance of 778.4 million km from the sun. Jupiter orbits between 740.3 million km (perihelion) and 816.4 million km (aphelion) fro…m the sun.
5.2 AU, that is five and one-fifth times as far as the Earth. Saturn is 9.5 AU, Uranus 19 AU and Neptune 29 AU.
5.2028 A.U. or 7.783 by 10 to the 8th power kilometres
The distance between Jupiter and the Sun is 778.3 million km or 483.7 miles. Jupiter's distance from the Sun ranges from a maximum of approximately 508 million miles to a mini…mum of 460 million miles, with an average of approximately 483 million miles.
About 483 million miles, on average.
1,426,725,400 km, 886,526,074 miles or 9.537 AU.
On average, Jupiter is 779 million kilometers from the Sun
Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun, is the largest planet in our solar system. The planet was named after the supreme deity of the Roman gods. Jupiter's diameter at the …equator is about 88,700 miles (142,700 kilometers), which is more than 11 times the diameter of Earth. It would take 1,000 earths to fill up Jupiter. Jupiter's average distance from the sun is about 483 1/2 million miles (778 million kilometers). Jupiter is about 391 million miles (629 million kilometers) away from earth at its closest approach. Jupiter goes around the sun in an elliptical (oval shaped) orbit. At its farthest distance, Jupiter is about 507 million miles (816 million kilometers) away from the sun. At its closest approach, Jupiter is 460 million miles (740 million kilometers) away from the sun.
Jupiter is 741 million kilometers from the sun (4.95 astronomical units) When earth and Jupiter are the closest to each other, they are 628,743,036 million km apart when they… are the most distant from each other, they are 928,081,020 million km apart In astronomical units this varies from 4.2 AU to 6.2 AU
778,570,000 kilometers that's more than 5 times the earth distance from the sun!
Jupiter is the 5th planet, at a distance of 779 million kilometres away from the sun.
483,800,000 miles (778,500,000 km)
Anything in orbit around Jupiter is closer to the sun than Jupiter is during roughly half the time, and farther from the sun than Jupiter is during the other half. So the …average distance from the sun to any moon of Jupiter is essentially the same as the distance from the sun to Jupiter. Jupiter has dozens of moons. They are all much closer to Jupiter than to the Sun. So, the distance of any moon of Jupiter from the Sun is more or less the same as Jupiter's distance from the Sun (about 483.8 million miles, on average).