What is the relative size of Earth?

What is the relative size of Earth?

1. Earth-Mars Comparison. This image compares Mars and Earth in their correct relative sizes. Mars (diameter 6790 kilometers) is only slightly more than half the size of Earth (diameter 12750 kilometers).

How would you describe the size of and distance between Earth the moon and the sun?

The average distance from the Earth to the Moon is 384,403 km. And the average distance from the Earth to the Sun is km. Now, if you divide the diameter of the Sun (1.4 million km) by the diameter of the Moon (3,474 km), you get 403.

What is the size of the moon compared to Earth?

The moon is a bit more than one-fourth (27 percent) the size of Earth, a much smaller ratio (1:4) than any other planets and their moons. Earth’s moon is the fifth largest moon in the solar system. The moon’s mean radius is 1,079.6 miles (1,737.5 kilometers).

Where is the moon in relation to the earth?

Facts About The Moon The Moon’s distance from Earth is about 240,000 miles (385,000km). The Moon has a very thin atmosphere called an exosphere.

Does the moon cycle affect mood?

While the moon’s magnetic effect is not creating a physical movement of water in our bodies (according to science), it could be bringing heightened emotions to surface. The full moon can feel like a bit of a disruptive time, resulting in more erratic behaviour, tension, or tiredness.

What all does the moon control?

Orbit/Earth relationship The moon’s gravity pulls at the Earth, causing predictable rises and falls in sea levels known as tides. To a much smaller extent, tides also occur in lakes, the atmosphere, and within Earth’s crust. High tides are when water bulges upward, and low tides are when water drops down.

Is air on the moon?

So visually we can infer that the Moon has no atmosphere because there are never any visual disturbances. If you view the moon with a telescope of sufficient magnification, pay particular attention to the edge on the Moon.

What is the gravity like on the moon?

1.62 m/s²