Is Jupiter bigger than Earth?

A: Yes, Jupiter is bigger than Earth
The Radius from the Center of Jupiter is 69,911 km, (43,441 mi) while it is 6,371 km, (3,959 mi) for Earth
NameName:JupiterName:Earth
Radius From CenterRadius From Center:69,911 km, (43,441 mi)Radius From Center:6,371 km, (3,959 mi)
Distance From SunDistance From Sun:778,400,000 km, (483,674,408 mi)Distance From Sun:149,600,000 km, (92,956,952 mi)
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Name:Jupiter
Radius From Center:69,911 km, (43,441 mi)
Distance From Sun:778,400,000 km, (483,674,408 mi)
Description:
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Name:Earth
Radius From Center:6,371 km, (3,959 mi)
Distance From Sun:149,600,000 km, (92,956,952 mi)
Description:
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