Neptune is always the furthest planet from the Earth.
Pluto is not a planet as of 2006so there are no other planets father than plutowhen Pluto was a planet it was the farthest away from the sun and i think it might be farthest from earth to
pluto is the farthest planet to the earth
Of the true planets in our solar system, Neptune is the farthest from Earth.
The Earth is the 6th farthest planet from the Sun. Neptune is the farthest.
Since Pluto has been removed as a planet in our solar system, Uranus is now the farthest planet away.
It is Earth.
It used to be Pluto, but that's not a planet any-more. The farthest planet away from the sun is Neptune. Neptune!
The smallest planet is Mercury. The farthest planet away from the sun is Neptune.
No, Pluto is the farthest planet away from the sun. Pluto has been downgraded from a planet to a planetoid. The furthest planet is now Neptune.
Eris is the farthest dwarf planet but if that's not what your looking for, Neptune is the farthest. Eris is the farthest dwarf planet from the sun its also the brightest
The night stars are farthest from the Earth. The other three objects -- Sun, Moon, and Mars -- are all within the Earth's solar system.
It is Mars.
It is Neptune.
Neptune, but if your talking about some other planet out of our solar system, than that's something else!
Thermosphere is the farthest away from the earth
Mercury is the sixth farthest planet from Earth. The planets on order of distance from Earth, starting with the farthest: Neptune Uranus Saturn Jupiter Mars Mercury Venus
No, Earth is third in line, Pluto is last but now scientist think there is another planet farther away.
The Earth is farthest away from the sun actually in July and closest in January. A+: Aphelion :)
That point is called the "aphelion". Which planet is farthest from the Sun? That's Neptune.
The furthest planet in the Solar system is Neptune. The smallest is Mercury.
Although Pluto is no longer considered a planet, its orbit sometimes crosses with Neptune's orbit, causing Neptune to be further from Earth than Pluto.
the Ionosphere is the farthest away from the earth =)
No. Pluto has a very assymetric orbit, but was until recently considered the planet farthest away from Earth. But Pluto is so small and generally strange that it has been stripped of its planet status.
Neptune is the farthest planet away from the Sun. It is cold, but actually warmer than Uranus.