Which is bigger, Ganymede or Earth?

A: Earth is bigger than Ganymede
The Radius from the Center of Ganymede is 2,631 km, (1,635 mi) and for Earth it is 6,371 km, (3,959 mi)
Radius From CenterRadius From Center:2,631 km, (1,635 mi)Radius From Center:6,371 km, (3,959 mi)
Distance From SunDistance From Sun:n/aDistance From Sun:149,600,000 km, (92,956,952 mi)
DescriptionDescription:Moon of JupiterDescription:
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Radius From Center:2,631 km, (1,635 mi)
Distance From Sun:n/a
Description:Moon of Jupiter
Radius From Center:6,371 km, (3,959 mi)
Distance From Sun:149,600,000 km, (92,956,952 mi)
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