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The Distance of a Planet from the Sun Calculator will calculate the:

- The distance of a planet of solar system from the Sun in astronomic units (au) using the Titius-Bode Law

**Calculation Parameters:** The formula is valid only for the first 5 planets of Solar System

Distance of the given planet from the Sun (d) = au [astronomic units] |

Distance of the given planet from the Sun (d) = km [kilometers] |

Distance of the given planet from the Sun calculations |
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D = 3 x 2^{n} + 4/10D = 3 x 2^{} + 4/10D = 3 x + 4/10D = /10D = |

Distance Of Planet From The Sun Calculator Input Values |

Number of planet (n) |

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D = *3 x 2*^{n} + 4*/**10*

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