You can't say how close a single part of the earth is to the sun, since the earth is rotating. But the distance from the earth to the sun is 93,000,000 miles.
The Moon is closer to the Earth then the Sun is.
Gravity. The gravitational pull of the sun keeps the earth close to the sun.
If the sun will be close to earth, earth's temperature will increase. It will be too hot.
Earth, Mars, and, Pluto moves close to the sun.
no, because we are not that close to the sun the gravity of the sun can not swallow the earth.
it is close to the sun
the closest star earth is cole to is the sun !
Yes because the Earth is farthest from the sun. The heat of the sun is not as close to the Earth as it was before.
Right here on earth! What do you think a "sun burn" is?
About 93 million milles.
because mars is close to earth and the moon and the sun
The Sun is as close to Antarctica as it is to anywhere else on Earth. That distance is 1 AU or 149,598,000 kilometers
Comets have their own orbits in our solar system around the sun. They don't come close to the earth.
they are fairly close - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_system
Since the Moon is very close to the Earth, that would be the same, on average, as the distance from Earth to Sun.
yes, in about 500,000,00 yrs that is after the sun eats mercury.venus and earth
you have to stay here on Earth have you ever hear of a sun burn.
no its an illusion
Earth is warmed by the sun because the sun so big and hot if we get close to it we will die
Yes they are in the top 4 planets closest to the sun. closest is Mercury, then Earth, then Venus and then Mars!
The seasons do not change based on how close the earth is to the sun. The seasons change based on the rotation of the earth on its axis.
Earth orbits the Sun in an ellipse; the Sun is in one of the ellipse's focal points. The ellipse's shape, in this case, is quite close to a circle. The average distance from Earth to Sun is about 150 million kilometers.