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# What is the radius of the moon?

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The Moon has an equatorial radius of 1,738.14 km (1,080.03012 miles) and a polar radius of 1,735.97 km (1,078.68175 miles).
1,737.1 kilometers.
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# What is the moons radius?

1,738 kilometers (1,080 miles)

# If the radius of the moon is 1737.4 kilometres what is the diameter of the moon?

A radius is always half the diameter. Hence the diameter is 2 times 1737.4. That's 3474.8 km

# Distance of moon in comparison to radius of earth?

  Distance from Earth to Moon is approximately 60.34 times larger than radius of Earth.

# How do you calculate the radius of the sun to the moon?

You can't really calculate the radius of a distance. The radius of something is half the distance from one side of a circle to the other. And besides, the sun and moon aren't

# What is the radius of the moon of the Jupiter ganymede?

  Whoever made the question you mean DIAMETER. It is 3,270 miles in diameter

# The radius of the moon in miles?

The moons average radius in miles is 1079 miles.

# What is the diameter of the moon if the radius is 1737.4 kilometres?

  The diameter of any circle is twice its radius.   Therefore: 2 times 1737.4 = 3474.8 km.

1,738,000 metres

# What is the orbital radius of the moon from the earth?

The semi major axis is 384,399 km

# Radius of the moon in miles?

The moons average radius in miles is 1079 miles.

# What is the radius of the moon in cm?

I suggest you look up its radius in kilometers, then multiply that by 100,000.

# What is the diameter of the moon if the radius is 1737.4km?

Twice the radius: 1737.4km x 2 = 3,474.8km
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# What is the radius of moon in scientific notation?

1.079 x 10^3 miles

# What would be the radius of Venus' moon if it was 27 percent of the radius of Venus?

If the planet Venus had a moon 27% of its radius, then its moon  would have a radius of 1,025 miles (1,650 km).

# What would be the radius of Mars' third moon if it was 27 percent of the radius of Mars?

The radius of the moon would be 588.7 miles (947.4 km).

# What would the radius of one of Saturn's moons be if it was 27 percent of the radius of Saturn?

The radius of this moon would be 9,862 miles (15,871 km), six times  larger than any other moon in the Solar System.