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### How many planets fit between the Earth and the Moon?

In fact, if you look at these numbers, you could fit the following between the Earth and the Moon: Mercury 78 times Venus 31 times Mars 56 times Jupiter 2 times (2.7 to be exact) Saturn 3 times Uranus 7 times Neptune 7 times

### How far away is the Earth from the Moon?

Interestingly, when the Earth and Moon are at their closest, which is called 鈥減erigee,鈥漷he distance is about 221,829.52 miles (357,000 kilometers). So the planets wouldn鈥檛 be able to fit.

### Will there be a planet between the Earth and the Moon?

Your outcome without Pluto still exceeds the total average distance. However, the planet estimated diameter varies from source to source. So, it is still plausible the planets of our solar system will fit snuggly between our Moon and the Earth.

### How big is the surface of all the planets?

This give us about 247,306 miles (398,000 km) surface-to-surface. That leaves enough room to fit all the planets in. For a clearer breakdown, the graph to the right shows the diameters of all of the planets.