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Mercury : average distance 58 million km (36 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 46.0 million km (28.6 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 69.8 million km (43.4 million miles)

Venus : average distance 108 million km (67 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 108 million km (67 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 109 million km (68 million miles)

Earth : average distance 149.6 million km (93 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 146 million km (91 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 152 million km (94.5 million miles)

Mars : average distance 228 million km (142 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 205 million km (128 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 249 million km (155 million miles)

Jupiter : average distance 778.5 million km (484 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 741 million km (460 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 817 million km (508 million miles)

Saturn : average distance 1.43 billion km (891 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 1.35 billion km (840 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 1.5 billion km (938 million miles)

Uranus: average distance 2.88 billion km (1.79 billion miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 2.7 billion km (1.7 billion miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 3 billion km (1.87 billion miles)

Neptune: average distance 4.5 billion km (2.8 billion miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 4.46 billion km (2.77 billion miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 4.54 billion km (2.82 billion miles)
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How far is the distance of every planet from the sun?

alternatively, mercury --- 3 1/8 light minutes. venus ------ 5 3/4 light minutes earth ------- 8 light minutes mars ------ 12 light minutes Jupiter ----- 42 light mi

What is the distance of all planets from earth?

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What is the distance of all the planets from the sun in km?

Mercury :35,980,000 miles (57,910,000 km)  Venus :67,240,000 miles (108,200,000 km)  Earth :92,960,000 miles (149,600,000 km)  Mars :141,600,000 miles (227,900,000 km)  Ju

Do all planets orbit the sun?

yes all planets must orbit the sun or else it would burn a planet or freeze a planet

What is the distance from all the planets and the sun?

These are the average distances in km for all eight planets; Mercury, 57,909,175km Venus, 108,208,930km Earth, 149,597,890km Mars, 227,936,640km Jupiter, 778,412,010km

How does the temperature of a planet vary with distance from the sun?

The distance a planet is from the Sun determines how much solar  radiation is receives. Planets that are further receive less and  thus are often colder. That is unless thei

List the planets distances from the sun?

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What is the exact distance from the sun for each planets?

The exact distance always varies, since the planets orbits are not perfectly circular or central. the average distances, also known as the `semi-major axis`, are as follows; M

What is all the planets position from the sun?

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What is the distance of all planets form the sun?

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What is affected by the distance of the planets from the sun?

One of the factors changed is temperature - the more distant, the colder. This would also mean a difference in the brightness of the daylight. Also the period of orbit, the