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What is the average radius of the sun, in meters?
Question Date: 2016-10-18
Answer 1:

According to NASA, the radius of the Sun, measured from the equator, is 695,500,000 meters. I do not know of any more precise numbers for the "average" radius.

Answer 2:

The average radius of sun is appromixately 695,700 kilometers, which is, 6.96*(108) meters.

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