4 moons would go across the earth, and 109 earths would go across the sun.
12742 km / 3474 km = 3.67
4 moons could ft inside the Earth.
approximately 6 Moons can fit in the Earth.
42 moons can fit inside Earth
i think ten
Approximately 72 million Earth moons could fit inside the sun.
Lots of articles say you can fit 49 or 30 whatever moons in earth but this is not true because the moon is 24.2% the size of earth so about 4 moons. Lots of science shows like the universe on history channel say 4 moons can fit in earth. But the Earth is much denser so about 45 moons would equal the mass of the earth. EDIT: The diameter of the moon is approximately 24.2% the diameter of Earth, but this does not necessarily mean that the volumes are in this ratio. Therefore, you cannot conclude that there are about 4 moons. If no volume was left unused, approximately 49 moons could fit into the Earth (this is not possible in reality as there would have to be empty space to be able to fit the moons into the Earth. So the actual amount of moons that could fit into the Earth is going to be a little less than 49 moons (36 according to some sources).