93 million miles or 1 Astronomical Unit (AU for short). This is an average since the earth revolves around the sun in an elipse, so sometimes it is more than 93 million miles and other times it is less than 1 AU.
On the average, 72.2% of earth's distance.
Varying from the the distance from the Earth to the Moon + the distance from the sun to the earth + the distance from mercury to the sun, to the distance from the earth to the sun - the distance from mercury to the sun - the distance from the earth to the moon
The Earths orbital distance from the sun is 147,098,290km (91,402,641 miles) at its closest (Perihelion).
Earth's distance from the sun helps the planet maintain a temperature that supports life.
The Earth has a diameter of 12,742 km. The Distance to the Sun is about 150,000,000 km. Therefore about 11,770 Earths
The earths distance from the sun and back is 24859.82 miles and if you want to now the distance to the sun and BACK double 24859.82
Earth. This is how an astronomical distance is defined, Earths average distance from the sun.
150 million kilometers.
93 million miles
The average distance is 57,909,175 km. This is about 39% of the earths distance (0.387AU).
An AU or astronomical unit is the average distance from the Earth to the Sun. So, the Earth's distance from the Sun is one AU.
The Earths orbital distance from the sun is 149,597,890km (92,955,820 miles) on average.
it would have to be fractional the sun is not far enough
Roughly 93 million miles.
93 Million miles.
149.6 million km
Earth is the third planet from the Sun at a distance of 149.6 million kilometers or 1 astronomical unit (AU) on average.
The Earths orbital distance from the sun is 149,597,890km (92,955,820 miles) on average, 147,098,290km (91,402,641 miles) at its closest and 152,098,232km (94,509,461 miles) at its furthest. The average sun to Earth distance is how one Astronomical Unit is defined (1 AU).
966 million kms
Earth is 1 Astronomical Unit (AU) from the Sun. An AU is equal to 149,598,000 kilometers.
93,000,000/ 93 million miles hope that helped! ^^
Because of the Earths atmosphere, the distance from the Sun, does not affect the temperature on the surface of the Earth. In the northern hemisphere, we are closer to the Sun in winter and the furthest away in summer.
The Earth is at aphelion when it is at the furthest distance from the Sun. The distance at this point is about: 152,098,232 km or 94, 509,459.8 miles
The Earths orbital distance from the sun varies, but is 149,597,890km on average, 147,098,290km at its closest and 152,098,232km at its furthest. The average sun to Earth distance is how one Astronomical Unit is defined (1 AU).