What planet is on maximum distance from the earth?
No matter where earth and Neptune are in their orbits about the sun, Neptune will always be the furthest planet from us. The reason is that the distance between Uranus and Neptune is much greater than the distance between the earth and sun.
Saturn with a maximum distance of 5.46 AU
Because planets tend to move in an elliptical orbit, their distance from Earth changes. The minimum distance from Earth to the planet Uranus is 2.57 billion kilometres, or 1.6 billion miles. The maximum distance is 3.157 billion kilometres.
Distance from the Sun: Minimum 206,000,000 km to Maximum 249,000,000 km Distance from Earth: Minimum 56,000,000 km to Maximum 399,000,000 km
The third planet to sun is our planet "Earth" which is at the minimum distance of 146 million kilometers and the maximum distance from the sun of 152 million kilometers while orbiting around the sun.
There is no standard, fixed answer as the distances will keep changing all the time as the planets remain in their unique orbits. The minimum and maximum distances will vary as sometimes the planet in question will be on the other side of the solar system (planets distance from sun + Earth distance from sun), while at the minimum distance, the planet will be in alignment with the Earth (Earths distance from sun minus planets… Read More
The distance between Venus and Earth will depend on whether they are on the same or opposite side of the sun. It will vary from 40 million to 260 million km.
Earth is at its maximum distance from the sun in July. In 2012, it was farthest from the sun on July 4th or 5th.
Our planet, Earth.
Planet Krypton is a mythical planet and does not exist, so no distance can be given.
about 57 million miles away from earth
Do I understand correctly, that you want the distance from Earth to planet? If the planet is in line with the Sun, to get the distance to Earth you add or subtract the distance from Sun to Earth (about 150 million km.). If the planet is in another direction, it can be anything in between, depending on the angle. You need to use trigonometry in that case.
The point in a planet's orbit where it reaches its maximum distance from the Sun is called the Aphelion.
Earth is the third planet from the Sun.
The Earth is the third planet from the sun.
The Earth is in an elliptical orbit around the Sun, with a minimum distance (perihelion) of 147,098,074 km, and a maximum distance (aphelion) of 152,097,701 km. The Moon is in an elliptical orbit around the Earth, with a minimum distance (perigee) of 363,104 km and a maximum distance (apogee) of 405,696 km.
77.3 million km
There is no "planet X", so your question has no answer.
There is NO planet that distance from Earth. Did you mean the Sun per chance?
As all the planets orbit round the sun (at different distances from the sun) the distance of any one planet from the earth is constantly changing. Sometimes earth and a planet are on the same side of the sun, when they are at their closest distance and at other times they are on opposite sides, when they are at their maximum distance. Also all planetary orbits are ellipses not circles and this makes calculating the… Read More
The distance from Earth to Venus varies by where each planet is in its orbit. They were at a minimum distance of about 0.3 AU on June 6, 2012 during the "Transit of Venus" when Venus was directly between the Earth and the Sun. Venus is now speeding on ahead and moving away from the Earth. It will reach its maximum distance in about 5 months (November, 2012), when it will be directly behind the… Read More
The distance from the Moon to the Earth is quite insignificant, compared to the distance to the planets. The distance from the Moon to a planet is basically the same as the distance from the Earth to such a planet. The planet that can come closest to Earth is Venus; but at any given time, Mercury or Mars can get closer to Earth, depending where each planet is in its orbit. This is one of… Read More
About 5,2 times that average distance from the Earth to the Sun (or 5,2 AU)
Mercury's Minimum Distance from Sun is------46.0 million km Mercury's Maximum Distance from Sun is------69.8 million km Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. It orbits at a distance that averages less than four-tenths as far as the distance from the Earth to the sun.
Minimum distance 460 million miles Maximum distance 508 millions miles
Based on their average distance from the sun, the Earth is the nearest.
Distance from Earth varies from 36 million miles (nearest planet after Venus) to over 250 million miles. Proportionately, this six-fold distance variation is the greatest of any planet.
Earth... one AU is the distance between the sun and the earth...
About 100 miles.
No its the 3rd in distance from the sun....
One AU is the distance between Earth and the Sun. No planet is that big across so you can only be talking about distance from the sun and in that case Earth by definition has an astronomical unit.
The kinetic energy is at a maximum when the speed is a maximum. Kepler's 2nd law says that the radius vector - the line from the Sun to the planet - sweeps out equal areas in equal times, which means that the speed is a maximum when the distance is at a minimum. That point is called perihelion. Each planet reaches perihelion once in each revolution round the Sun. The Earth is at perihelion in… Read More
Well you know if NEPTUNE is the eighths planet from the sun, what do you think the distance is?
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Earth. An astronomical unit is the distance from the Earth to the Sun.
The distance between the Earth and Pluto is 4.67 billion miles. Pluto is no longer considered to be a proper planet.
That would be the Earth's distance from the Sun (at aphelion) plus the Earth-Moon distance. The latter is insignificant.
The farther away from the sun the planet is, the more space it has to cover. Therefore, the planets distance from the sun whereas, if i am half the distance from Earth/Sun, that planet will get more energy. But if I am twice the distance from Earth/Sun, I will receive less energy.
Planet Earth.One astronomical unit is roughly the distance between planet Earth and the Sun.
The planet Pluto is 4.600000000 miles from the sunThe planet earth is 93000.000 miles from sunWhat is the difference in distance between the Earth and Pluto?
14,554,6488,654,332,215,900,890,000 light-years from the planet Earth
Millions of light years....
Earth. It looks blue from a distance
Unfortunately there is no simple answer to that. The distance is constantly changing as the planets move in their orbits.
Minimum 56,000,000 km to Maximum 399,000,000 km
During the first few days of July.
The average distance from Earth to the planet Mars is 1.7 au (astronomical units). This is equal to 158 million miles.
Pluto isn't a planet anymore, so you don't necessarily need to know.
1: The size of the planet. 2: The planet's distance from the Sun. 3: The "albedo" of the planet (the percentage of the Sun's light it reflects). If you mean how bright the planet appears to us on Earth, then the distance from Earth is obviously very important.
Earth is the third planet from the sun at a distance of 149.6 million kilometers.