No star is as close as 5.93 million miles.
The closest star is the Sun which is on average 92,955,807 miles (almost 93 million).
Mercury has an average distance from earth is about 77 million km (48 million miles) however it's shortest distance is 57 million miles. Also it's greatest distance is 136 million miles.136,000,000 MILES
No - the distance to the Sun is about 150 million miles, or about 93 million miles.No - the distance to the Sun is about 150 million miles, or about 93 million miles.No - the distance to the Sun is about 150 million miles, or about 93 million miles.No - the distance to the Sun is about 150 million miles, or about 93 million miles.
93 million miles is the distance from the Earth to the Sun
The distance is about 92.9 million miles
Distance from Earth varies from 36 million miles to more than 250 million miles.
Mercury is an average distance of 48 million miles (77 million kilometers) from earth.
The moon orbits the earth at a distance of about 240 thousand miles. The earth orbits the sun at a distance of about 90 million miles. Mars orbits the sun at a distance at about 140 million miles, and these orbits are not purely circular. So the distance from earth to mars varies wildly from around 50 million miles to around 230 million miles. So the odd 1/4 of a million miles that the moon is from earth is a triviality in comparison.
93 million milesMinimum Distance from Sun: 146 million km (91 million miles)Maximum Distance from Sun: 152 million km (94.5 million miles)Average Distance from Sun: 149 million km (92.75 million miles)
The distance from Earth to the Sun is 93 million miles. Uranus has a mean distance of 1.78 Billion miles from the Sun. So the mean distance from Eath to Uranus is (1.78 billion miles - 93 million miles) = 1.687 Billion miles
The sun has a mean distance from Earth of about 150 million kilometers (93 million miles).
The distance is 93 million miles, on average.
The average distance from the earth to the Sun is about 93 million miles.
About a quarter of a million miles.
it is about 92 million miles from the earth to the sun at its closest distance.
About 93 million miles.About 93,000,000 miles.150G meters.Minimum Distance from Sun: 146 million km (91 million miles)Maximum Distance from Sun: 152 million km (94.5 million miles)Average Distance from Sun: 149 million km (92.75 million miles)
At the closest point in its orbit Mercury is 57 million miles from Earth Its average distance from the Sun during orbit is 36 million miles
Because of its orbit, the distance varies from 36 million to 250 million miles.
Assuming that the distance 203.2 million miles is the total distance from Earth to Sun, then the distance from Mercury to the Sun may be found by subtracting the other two numbers given for distance: (203.2 - 29.7 - 26.8) million = 146.7 million miles. Note, however, that the actual distance from Earth to Sun averages about 93 million rather than 203 million miles, so that if the question refers to the actual Earth on which we live, the answer would be 36.7 million miles.
150 million km or 93 million miles
No because it is about 93 million miles.
According to NASA, the distance between the Earth and Saturn varies from 1195.5 million to 1658.5 million kilometers, or from 742.9 million to 1030.5 million miles
The closest distance between Venus and Earth is 38 million kilometers (23.7 million miles). But if in the opposite side of the Solar System, the Earth's twin sister can be 261 million kilometers (162 million miles) at its farthest distance.
The Earth is about 93 million miles from the Sun.
mean distance of Earth orbiting the Sun is 149.6 million kilometres or 93 million miles
The exact distance between the Earth and the Sun varies with its position in its orbit, which is elliptical. The average distance between the Earth and the Sun is about 93 million miles or about 150 million kilometers. This distance is also called 1 astronomical unit (AU). Around the first week of July (Aphelion - when the Earth is the farthest from the Sun), the distance is about 94.4 million miles or 152 million kilometers. Around the first week of January (Perihelion - when the Earth is the closest to the Sun), the distance is about 91.3 million miles or 147 million kilometers.