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Q: How many times can the Moon fit in the Earth?

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Roughly 390 times.

The sun is over a million times bigger than the earth, and the earth is about 45 times bigger (by volume) than the moon. So you could not fit the sun into the moon.

Over 9,000.

The Earth's diameter is 3.67 times the diameter of the Moon and Earth has 81.3 times the mass of the Moon. By volume, 49.3 Moons would fit in the Earth (assuming they are not restricted to any specific shape).

The Earth's diameter is 3.67 times the diameter of the Moon and Earth has 81.3 times the mass of the Moon. By volume, 49.3 Moons would fit in the Earth (assuming they are not restricted to any specific shape).

There is a bit of math to this. Assuming that you mean our own moon, we will start with the Earth. The Earth can fit 1321.3 times into Jupiter. If the moon is 4 times SMALLER than our earth, we would multiply that number by four. 1321.3x4=5285.2 So, that means that our moon can fit into Jupiter 5285.2 times.

Earth is larger than Titan, and Titan is larger than our moon.

The Moon is a lot smaller then the Earth.

The earth's diameter is 3.66 times that of the moon so just over three-and-a-half moons would fit across the earth,

42 moons can fit inside Earth

Earth can fit into Saturn 1,205 times.

Earth can fit in to Saturn 9.40 times.

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