The equatorial circumference of the Moon is 10916 km. And the circumference of the Moon in miles is 6783 miles.
Yes of course moon have circumference which is in fact about 10 921 km. In Geometry, Circumference is the distant around a circle.
The Earth is 3.64 times larger than Moon's Circumference. (Earth's Circumference) 39,843 divide by (Moon's Circumference) 10,921=3.64
The circumference of the earth's moon is 10,921 km or 6,786 miles.
The moon is about one fourth the size of the Earth. It has an equatorial circumference of 10,917 kilometers, or 6783.5 miles.
The circumference of the moon is 6,790 miles (10,864 kilometers), It's diameter is 2,159 miles (3,475 kilometers)
The moon's circumference at its equator is... 10,921 km
The circumference of the Moons orbit is 1440000 miles
The circumference of the moon is 6,790 miles (10,927 km). The circumference of Mercury is 9,525 miles (15,329 km). Mercury is larger than the moon.
It seems quite strange that the circumference of the Moon, as observed from the Earth, matches the circumference of the Sun. The perimeter of a circle or of an ellipse is called the circumference.
The circumference of Earth's moon is 6,784 miles (10,917 km).
10,921 km [along the equator]
6790 mi = 35,851,200 in
It is 16,185 km.
At the equator (around the middle, as we look at it) the Moon measures 6,395 miles - 10,921 kilometres.
The circumference of the Earth's moon is 6,786.03 miles and its weight is 1.6195x10^23 pounds. The circumference of Venus is 23,628 miles and the weight of Venus is 1.07306x10^25 pounds.
This can be derived from gravity calculations, in combination with the size of the moon (diameter, circumference, etc.)
The circumference is about the same as North America
The moon has a circumference of 6,783 miles. The moon is 238,800 miles from planet earth and is twice as large as the dwarf planet Pluto.
The moon is 384,400 kilometers from the Earth. It has a diameter of 3476 kilometers and a circumference of 10,921 kilometers at the equator.
From geometry it is known that the circumference of a circle is 2*pi*r - where r is the radius. Assuming the orbit of the moon is a circle, then the distance traveled in one orbit is the circumference of the circle.
The equatorial diameter of the moon is 2,159.2 miles. The circumference is 6,783.5 miles. It has a mean radius of 1,079.6 miles.