mars is the second nearest planet from the earth and the fourth planet from the sun between the earth and mars is 59million kilometres
Jupiter is the closest planet to the Sun "after" Mars.
No, Mars is not the closest planet to the Earth. Venus is
The closest planets from the Earth is Venus and Mars.
The planet that is closest to Earth depends on where the other planets are in relation to Earth. Venus can come the closest when it is on the same side of the Sun as the Earth, but Mars can be closest when Venus is on the far side of the Sun and Mars is on the same side of the sun as Earth.
Usually Earth is the closest planet. At times when Mars and Venus are both "in opposition", meaning that they are on the far side of the Sun from the Earth, then Venus would be closer to Mars.
it is mars on the other side of the sun . it is saturn in the other side....
Mars is the 2nd closest planet to the Earth. Venus is the planet closest to the Earth.
The closest planet to Mars is Earth. As to how far away they are from each other, well, that's a complicated question. Because both Earth and Mars orbit around the Sun, they can be between 34 million mi (55 million km) and 249 million miles (400 million km) away from each other. For a comparison, Jupiter is not the closest planet to Mars, because the closest it can ever come to Mars is about 305 million mi (490 million km) away.
Yes, Mars is the 4th closest planet to the sun.
Mars is the closest Planet to earth, Venus is about two million km farther (but in the scheme of space that isn't all that far). Venus is the closest planet to the Earth, believe it or not . The closest planet to Earth may be Mercury, Venus, or Mars depending on where the planets are in their orbits realtive to one another at any given time. At closest approach, though, Venus comes the closest to Earth of any planet.
The closest planet to Earth varies, depending on where each planet is in its orbit around the Sun, but Venus is generally closer (on average) than Mars is. Sometimes, when both Mars and Venus are on the far side of the Sun, Mercury will be the "closest" planet. Here in June, 2012, Venus is closest, being almost directly between the Earth and the Sun. (It was PRECISELY between on June 5, for the "transit of Venus". )
the distance between their "average" orbital paths is 78,341,212 Km
Mars is further from the sun than Venus. Mars is the fourth closest, while Venus is the second closest planet to the sun.
The closest planet to the sun is Mars.
No. Earth is technically the closest planet to the moon. Mars is the closest planet to a moon, with Phobos being only 9.4Mm away from Mars. Earth's moon is an average distance of 370Mm from Earth.
Mars is a planet. So the Sun is the closest star to Earth.
No. Mercury is, then Venus, Earth and then Mars.