Did you know that if we divide the distance between Earth and the Sun by the diameter of the Sun, we can calculate approximately how many Suns can fit in that space? The diameter of the Sun is about 1.39 million kilometers, and the distance between Earth and the Sun is a staggering 149.6 million kilometers. By doing a little math, we find that approximately 107.5 Suns can fit in between Earth and the Sun if they were lined up next to each other! This incredible insight gives us a sense of just how vast the space is between our planet and its life-giving star.

The diameter of the Moon is about 3,474 kilometers (or approximately 3,474,000 meters), and the distance between Earth and the Moon is about 384,400 kilometers (or approximately 384,400,000 meters). So, the number of Moons that can be put in between Earth and the Moon is:

384,400 kilometers (distance between Earth and Moon) ÷ 3,474 kilometers (diameter of the Moon) ? 110.7

Therefore, approximately 110.7 Moons can fit in between Earth and the Moon if they were lined up next to each other.