Mahesh Godavarti
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A good source for the answer to this question is: https://www.space.com/17081-how-far-is-earth-from-the-sun.html The source states it as 149,597,870,700 meters (92,955,807 miles). It's a good source because it explains how the distance was first measured and addresses the natural follow up question which is: how does one even know that the stated distance is the actual distance? Here is another good resource for understanding how the distance between the Sun and the Earth is measured: https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/review/dr-marc-solar-system/planet-distances.html 1. Indirect method of measurement using parallax error. 2. Direct method of sending a radio signal and measuring the amount of time the radio signal takes to bounce back.
Akhil Unni
1
149,597,870,700 meters (92,955,807 miles).
Mahesh Godavarti
0
It will be great if you can give refer to the source. I.e. where did you get this information from?