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Mercury : average distance 58 million km (36 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 46.0 million km (28.6 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 69.8 million km (43.4 million miles)

Venus : average distance 108 million km (67 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 108 million km (67 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 109 million km (68 million miles)

Earth : average distance 149.6 million km (93 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 146 million km (91 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 152 million km (94.5 million miles)

Mars : average distance 228 million km (142 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 205 million km (128 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 249 million km (155 million miles)

Jupiter : average distance 778.5 million km (484 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 741 million km (460 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 817 million km (508 million miles)

Saturn : average distance 1.43 billion km (891 million miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 1.35 billion km (840 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 1.5 billion km (938 million miles)

Uranus: average distance 2.88 billion km (1.79 billion miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 2.7 billion km (1.7 billion miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 3 billion km (1.87 billion miles)

Neptune: average distance 4.5 billion km (2.8 billion miles)

Minimum Distance from Sun: 4.46 billion km (2.77 billion miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 4.54 billion km (2.82 billion miles)
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What is the distance from all the planets and the sun?

These are the average distances in km for all eight planets; Mercury, 57,909,175km Venus, 108,208,930km Earth, 149,597,890km Mars, 227,936,640km Jupiter, 778,412,010k

What is the distance of all planets form the sun?

All the planets in the Solar System have elliptical orbits so that their distance from the sun varies over the course of their orbit. In terms of Astronomical Units (AU), the

What are all planets' distance from the Sun?

The distance of Mercury from the sun is 57,910,000 kilometers whileVenus is 108,200,000 kilometers away. The Earth is 149,600,000kilometers away from the sun while Mars is 227

How does the planets distance from the sun effect the planet?

To some degree, it will decide it's surface temperature. That is, the closer to the sun, the hotter the planet will be. But this is not always the case, for example, Venus is

What are the distance of all the planets from the sun?

Mercury is 36 million miles/57,900,000 km away from the sun. Venus is 67 million miles/108,200,000 km away from the sun. Earth is 93 million miles/149,600,000 km away from the

What is the distance from all the planets and the sun in miles?

Mercury is 36 million miles away from the sun. Venus is 67 million miles away from the sun. Earth is 93 million miles away from the sun. Mars is 142 million miles away f
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What is the distance of all planets from the sun and how many days does it take it for them to rotate around their own axis and to revolve around the sun?

Name of Distance from Time taken planet Sun(approx.) to rotate and revolve respectively(approx.) Mercury 58 million km 58 earth days; 88 earth days Venus 108 million
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What is the distance from all planets to the sun except Pluto?

Average distances are; Mercury, 57,909,175km or 0.39AU Venus, 108,208,930km or 0.72AU Earth, 149,597,890km or 1 AU Mars, 227,936,640km or 1.52AU Jupiter, 778,412,010k
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What is the distance of all the planets from the sun in km?

Mercury :35,980,000 miles (57,910,000 km) . Venus :67,240,000 miles (108,200,000 km) . Earth :92,960,000 miles (149,600,000 km) . Mars :141,600,000 miles (227,900,000 km) .