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Mean distance from Sun:19.19 AU = 2.871x109 kmMaximum distance from Sun:20.07 AU=3.003x109 kmMinimum distance from Sun:18.31 AU=2.739x109 km

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It varies from about 18 to 20 AU. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uranus

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Facts about the Sun
One million Earths could fit inside the Sun:

If a hollow Sun was filled up with spherical Earths then around 960,000 would fit inside. On the other hand if these Earths were squished inside with no wasted space then around 1,300,000 would fit inside. The Sun\'s surface area is 11,990 times that of the Earth\'s.

Eventually, the Sun will consume the Earth:

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The Sun will one day be about the size of Earth:

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The Sun is an almost perfect sphere:

There is only a 10 kilometre difference in its polar diameter compared to its equatorial diameter. Considering the vast expanse of the Sun, this means it is the closest thing to a perfect sphere that has been observed in nature.

Light from the Sun takes eight minutes to reach Earth:

With a mean average distance of 150 million kilometres from Earth and with light travelling at 300,000 kilometres per second, dividing one by the other gives us an approximate time of 500 seconds, or eight minutes and 20 seconds. Although this energy reaches Earth in a few minutes, it will already have taken millions of years to travel from the Sun\'s core to its surface.

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