The distance between Jupiter and Earth varies from 365 million miles to 601 million miles. At the closest approach, Jupiter can approach Venus' brilliance in the night sky. More »

Jupiter orbits, on average, 484 million miles away from the sun, which is around 5.2 AU. It is the fifth planet from the sun, spins on its axis once every 10 hours, and orbits the sun once every 12 years. More »

The average distance between Jupiter and Saturn is 4.34 AU. One AU, an astronomical unit, is the distance between the Earth and the sun, or 92,955,807 miles. More »

The average distance between Earth and Jupiter is 483 million miles, so it would take 43 minutes to travel from Earth to Jupiter at the speed of light. However, the distance between Earth and Jupiter is always changing; ... More »

The distance between Jupiter and Earth ranges from 365 million miles to 601 million miles. The distance is constantly changing due to the elliptical orbit of each planet. More »

The distance between Venus and Earth varies from 24 million to 162 million miles. Because the two planets orbit the sun in ellipses and at different speeds, the distance between them varies widely. More »

The distance between Earth and Mars varies between 40 and 225 million miles. Since planets orbit the sun in an elliptical path rather than a circular path, the distance between the two planets changes throughout the year... More »

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