How far is Jupiter from the sun in millions of KM?

How far is Jupiter from the sun in millions of KM?

approximately 779 million km

What is the distance of sun from Earth using kilometers?

Student Features

Planets: Earth Mars
Distance from the Sun* kilometers (km) or miles km or miles
Time it takes to go around the Sun* 365.3 days 687 days
Distance across* 12,800 km or 7,900 miles 6,800 km or 4,200 miles
Atmosphere Nitrogen Oxygen Carbon Dioxide

What planet is 150 million km away from the sun?

Mars is too cold. Scientists sometimes call our region of space the “Goldilocks Zone” because it appears to be just right for life. As noted earlier, Earth’s average distance to the Sun is about 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) from the Sun. That’s 1 AU.

What is the distance from Venus to Jupiter in KM?

Planet distance table

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Which planet has the longest day?


Is a day really 24 hours?

On Earth, a solar day is around 24 hours. However, Earth’s orbit is elliptical, meaning it’s not a perfect circle. That means some solar days on Earth are a few minutes longer than 24 hours and some are a few minutes shorter. On Earth, a sidereal day is almost exactly 23 hours and 56 minutes.

Is Venus better than Mars?

Venus is also closer to the Sun, which gives it four times more solar energy potential than Mars, and its thick atmosphere offers far better defence from solar radiation and meteorites than Mars’ wispy protective layer.

What are the disadvantages of Venus?

Disadvantages: Venus’s atmosphere contains sulfur dioxide which is bad for humans and plants. Venus’s atmosphere contains almost no oxygen and water will be hard to come by.

Is Venus closer than Mars?

Venus gets closer to the Earth than Mars or any other planet: 38.2 million kilometers (23.7 million miles).

What’s good about Venus?

Interesting facts about Venus

  • A day on Venus is longer than a year.
  • Venus is hotter than Mercury despite being further away from the Sun.
  • Unlike the other planets in our solar system, Venus spins clockwise on its axis.
  • Venus is the second brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon.
  • Venus has 90 times the atmospheric pressure of Earth.