On rare occasions, Mercury can be the closest planet. For example, over 2,000 years ago, Mercury was only around 35 million miles away from our own planet. However occurrences like this are extremely rare and can happen a thousand years ago.
I've not heard of that one. The answer is Venus. Obviously I mean when it's at
the right place in its orbit.
No, the Earth is not the nearest planet to the Sun. The nearest planet to the Sun is Mercury.
Earth is the nearest planet from Mars.
No. Earth is a planet. The planet Mercury is the nearest planet to the Sun. The nearest star to the Sun is called Proxima Centauri.
The planet nearest to the Earth is Venus. That is, of course, when it's correctly placed in its orbit relative to the Earth.
Proxima century is the second nearest star to the planet earth.
Venus is the nearest planet to Earth.Mars.That would be Mars, followed by Venus.
Our own Sun (also called Sol) is the nearest star to planet Earth, the next nearest is Proxima Centauri.
No. While the moon is the nearest object in space to Earth, it is not a planet.
The Sun is our nearest star.
The third planet.
The planet which is nearest to the sun is Mercury. The second closest planet to the sun is Venus and then Earth.
The planet nearest to Earth may be Mercury, Venus, or Mars depending on where they are in their orbits.. Out of all of them, Venus can come the closest.
The nearest planet (Venus) is about 25,760,000 miles (about 41,456,700 kilometers) away from Earth.
No, because the moon isn't a planet.
Our very own planet "EARTH"
Venus is the closest
no its the third