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Moon Distances for Warsaw, Poland

The Moon Distance Calculator calculates the approximate minumum and maximum distances from the Moon to the Earth.

The Moon's distance to Earth varies. The two extreme points of the Moon’s orbit each month are known as the lunar perigee and apogee. The table below shows the time of lunar perigee and apogee.

Closest Approach (Perigee)

DateLocal TimeDistance in kmDistance in miles
Jan 94:36 pm367,387 km228,284 mi
Feb 38:03 pm370,116 km229,980 mi
Mar 26:18 am365,423 km227,063 mi
Mar 308:16 am360,309 km223,886 mi
Apr 275:22 pm357,378 km222,064 mi
May 263:50 am357,311 km222,023 mi
Jun 2311:54 am359,956 km223,666 mi
Jul 2112:23 pm364,520 km226,502 mi
Aug 1711:15 am369,124 km229,363 mi
Sep 1112:03 pm368,461 km228,951 mi
Oct 87:27 pm363,386 km225,797 mi
Nov 511:17 pm358,844 km222,975 mi
Dec 411:03 am356,794 km221,702 mi
* Distances are approximate. Closest Approach (Perigee) is highlighted.

Furthest Apart (Apogee)

DateLocal TimeDistance in kmDistance in miles
Jan 212:11 pm404,360 km251,258 mi
Feb 1811:21 am404,467 km251,324 mi
Mar 186:03 am405,253 km251,812 mi
Apr 147:45 pm406,119 km252,350 mi
May 1111:53 pm406,512 km252,595 mi
Jun 84:27 am406,228 km252,418 mi
Jul 54:46 pm405,341 km251,867 mi
Aug 29:35 am404,410 km251,289 mi
Aug 304:22 am404,100 km251,096 mi
Sep 2611:43 pm404,640 km251,432 mi
Oct 245:28 pm405,615 km252,038 mi
Nov 213:12 am406,279 km252,450 mi
Dec 183:14 am406,320 km252,475 mi
* Distances are approximate. Furthest Apart (Apogee) is highlighted.

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