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    hey how many yard sticks does it take to get to jupitar from earth?

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    The distance from Earth to Jupiter is approximately 778 million km, and the length of a yardstick is 0.9144 metres. Therefore, the length from Earth to Jupiter is equivalent to about 8.50831146x1011 yardsticks (778 million km / 0.9144 metres).


     



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