# How Large Is The Moon?

The Moon is 384,403 kilometers (238,857 miles) distant from the Earth. Its diameter is 3,476 kilometers (2,160 miles).
The Moon has a diameter of 2,159 miles (3,476 kilometers), which is about four times smaller than the diameter of Earth.
Its volume is just over forty-nine times less than the volume of Earth. This means that forty-nine Moons could fit inside our Earth with a little room to spare. More >>
xxDenicexx
The moon has a diameter of approximately 2,160 miles. It is about 1/4 the size of the Earth. The radius of the moon is 1,737.10 kilometers.
KWorker555
The circumference of the moon at its equator is 6786.03 miles and scientists estimate the weight of the moon to be about 7.3459x10^19 metric tons.
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