Neptune, the furthest planet from the sun.
Distances from the sun: Mercury: around 63 million km Venus: around 107.9 million km Earth: around 150 million km Mars: around 230 million km Jupiter: around 780 million km Uranus: around 1.5 billion km Saturn: 2.9 billion km Neptune: around 4.5 billion km and Pluto: around 7.5 billion km
There are 10 zeroes in the number 780 billion without using decimals. It appears like this when written out, 780,000,000,000.
Jupiter is, on average, 5.2 AU from the Sun. 1 AU is 150 million kilometers or 150 billion meters. So, Jupiter is 780,000,000,000 meters (780 billion meters).
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UN figures estimate that 85% of the worldâ??s population lives in parts of the world with shortages of water. 780 million of those people live in areas where they donâ??t have access to clean water. In addition, another 2.5 billion donâ??t have access to sufficient sanitation.
Dallas Cowboys are the highest valued team at approximately 1.5 billion Minnesota Vikings are the lowest valued team at around 780 million
The correct conversion would be 780 square kilometers is 301.16 square miles.
3.9 million times 200 million equals 780,000,000,000,000 (780 trillion).
About £780 million.
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On average, it is approx 780 million kilometres.
The death toll was 18 and The American Insurance Association preliminary estimate of insured property damage is $780 million dollars. This includes $4 million for North Carolina, $75 million for New York, $40 million for Connecticut, $115 million for Rhode Island, $525 million for Massachusetts and $21 million for Maine. According to Wikipedia, total was $2.8 billion (in 2005 US dollars.)
Simply by the amount of red shift associated with them. Most quasars are between 780 million and 28 billion light years from us. Individual stars are not detectable at this distance.
Europa is one of the moons of Jupiter, which is about 780 million kilometers or 480 million miles from the Sun.
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Of Jupiter or the Sun? Technically it is orbiting both. It orbits the Sun at a radius of (on average) 5.204 AU or about 780 million kilometres. Titan is a moon of Saturn (not Jupiter) and orbits Saturn at approximately 1.2 million kilometers radius. Saturn in turn orbits the sun at about 10 A.U. or 1.5 billion kilometers.
Jupiter's semi orbital axis is 778,547,200 km