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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 219:56 pm356,569 km221,562 mi
Feb 1910:05 am358,267 km222,617 mi
Mar 194:12 pm362,696 km225,369 mi
Apr 164:23 am367,968 km228,645 mi
May 117:05 am369,343 km229,499 mi
Jun 71:06 am364,861 km226,714 mi
Jul 512:24 am360,149 km223,786 mi
Aug 27:52 am357,311 km222,022 mi
Aug 305:54 pm357,181 km221,942 mi
Sep 282:59 am359,911 km223,639 mi
Oct 265:02 am364,872 km226,721 mi
Nov 2110:01 pm369,818 km229,795 mi
Dec 167:52 pm367,901 km228,603 mi
* Distances are approximate. Closest Approach (Perigee) is highlighted.

Furthest Apart (Apogee)

DateLocal TimeDistance in kmDistance in miles
Jan 810:19 am406,458 km252,561 mi
Feb 49:54 am406,476 km252,573 mi
Mar 37:00 pm405,889 km252,207 mi
Mar 311:16 pm404,919 km251,605 mi
Apr 288:43 am404,299 km251,220 mi
May 263:39 am404,509 km251,350 mi
Jun 228:30 pm405,385 km251,895 mi
Jul 208:56 am406,289 km252,456 mi
Aug 161:54 pm406,634 km252,671 mi
Sep 125:42 pm406,291 km252,457 mi
Oct 105:41 am405,426 km251,920 mi
Nov 610:48 pm404,569 km251,388 mi
Dec 47:41 pm404,346 km251,249 mi
* Distances are approximate. Furthest Apart (Apogee) is highlighted.

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