How Far Is Jupiter From Earth?


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JIm Park Profile
JIm Park answered
The minimum distance between Jupiter and Earth is 588 million km (365 million miles). Since one light year (the distance light travels in one year) is approximately 5,870,000,000,000 miles, the minimum distance between Jupiter and Earth is 0.0000621 light years.
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amber Jhon answered
The distance of Jupiter from Earth is about 370 million miles (591 million km). Its distance from sun is about 483.88 million miles (778.3 million km). It has a diameter of 88,736 miles (142,800 km) that is equal to 11 times the diameter of Earth.
Lakshmipriya Nair Profile
Jupiter and earth both are planets which are part of our solar system located in the Milky Way Galaxy. Jupiter is located at a distance of almost 500 million miles from the earth which is approximately five times more than the distance between sun and earth. Jupiter is named after the Roman god of thunder. He is major deity in Roman mythology. All the planets are named after the Roman names.
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Anonymous commented
Wrong... Earth is the only planet in the solar system that is not named after a god or goddess
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Anonymous answered
Between 894 million to 964 million km's apart.
Nathan Corrie Profile
Nathan Corrie answered
Around 630 million kilometres (roughly 400 million miles)
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Anonymous answered
Well it depends on what part of orbit it is at for example when it is farthest from the sun it is closest to Earth it can have many names. For example, aphelion.
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Anonymous answered
Jupiter is approximately or however you spell that word is about 587,000,000 km to about 588,000,000 km away and this is the truth even if I'm only 8 I'm the smartest kid in the world

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