# What is the actual distance in miles of an AU?

## What is the actual distance in miles of an AU?

Definition of astronomical unit. An AU is approximately 93 million miles (150 million km). It’s approximately 8 light-minutes. More exactly, one astronomical unit (AU) = 92,955,807 miles (149,597,871 km).

What planet is 67.2 million miles from the sun?

Venus

Planet Distance from the Sun (Astronomical Units miles km) Number of Moons*
Venus 0.723 AU 67.2 million miles 108.2 million km 0
Earth 1 AU 93 million miles 149.6 million km 1
Mars 1.524 AU 141.6 million miles 227.9 million km 2
Jupiter 5.203 AU 483.6 million miles 778.3 million km 63

### How far are the 8 planets from the sun?

Distance of the planets from the Sun

Planet Distance from the Sun Diameter
Venus 108,200,000 km (0.723 AU) 12,104 km
Earth 149,600,000 km (1.000 AU) 12,756 km
Mars 227,940,000 km (1.524 AU) 6,805 km
Jupiter 778,330,000 km (5.203 AU) 142,984 km

What is approximately 93 million miles away from Earth?

The Sun
The Sun is about 150 billion meters (or 93 million miles) away from the earth.

## How far is a parsec in space?

about 30 trillion kilometers
Bottom line: One parsec is defined as the distance to a star that shifts by one arcsecond from one side of Earth’s orbit to the other. One parsec is about 30 trillion kilometers, or just over three light-years.

How many miles is it to the moon?

384,400 km
Moon/Distance to Earth
The average distance between the Earth and the Moon is 384 400 km (238 855 miles). The Moon’s elliptical orbit with the distances at apogee and perigee.