# How big is the Sun compared to the moon?

## How big is the Sun compared to the moon?

Bottom line: The sun’s diameter is about 400 times larger than that of the moon – and the sun is also about 400 times farther from Earth. So the sun and moon appear nearly the same size as seen from Earth.

How many moons would fit in the Sun?

64.3 million Moons
It would take around 64.3 million Moons to fit inside the Sun, filling it whole. If we were to fill the Earth with Moons, we would need approximately 50 Moons to do so.

### What are the sizes of the Sun Earth and moon compared to each other?

Earth, Moon and Sun

Object Eq. Diameter (km) Diameter Relative to Earth
Earth 12,756 1.0x
Moon 3,475 0.27x
Sun 1,391,016 109.1x

How cold is the moon?

How cold is the Moon? There is almost no atmosphere on the Moon, which means it cannot trap heat or insulate the surface. In full sunshine, temperatures on the Moon reach 127°C, way above boiling point.

#### What is the size of the Sun compared to the Earth?

The diameter of the Sun is 1,392,000 km, while the equatorial diameter of the Earth is 12,756 km.

What is the size of the Moon compared to the Earth?

The moon is 3,476 kilometers in diameter. This is small compared to the Earth, which has a diameter of 12,756 kilometers. The moon’s mass is about 7.35 X 10 to the 22 power (735 with 20 zeroes after it) kilograms while the Earth weighs 5.97 X 10 to the 24 power (597 with 22 zeroes after it) kilograms.

## What are the planets from smallest to largest?

As fast as you can, name the planets in order from smallest to largest. Answer. Mercury, Mars, Venus, Earth, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, and Jupiter. The mass of the planet goes from the lowest to the highest and the lowest is Mercury leading to that planet being the smallest planet considered the others size and mass.

What is the relative size of the planets?

We also have included the radii sizes relative to Earth to help you picture them better. Jupiter (69,911 km / 43,441 miles) – 1,120% the size of Earth Saturn (58,232 km / 36,184 miles) – 945% the size of Earth Uranus (25,362 km / 15,759 miles) – 400% the size of Earth Neptune (24,622 km / 15,299 miles) – 388% the size of Earth