Is Australia Bigger Than The Moon, Mercury and Pluto? (Comparison)

Today in this article we are going to discuss the size of Pluto, the size of the Moon, the size of the Mercury, and the size of the United States of America, and compare them with each other.

Sounds like fun right? Let’s start.

Area of Australia:  2,969,907 sq mi ( 7,692,024 km2 )

Area of Australia compared to Mercury, Moon, and Pluto

Is Australia bigger than Pluto?

The total area of Australia is 7,692,024 square km ( 2,969,907 sq mi ) and the total surface area of Pluto is around 16,647,940 square km. Pluto is bigger than Australia by 8,955,916 square km. Australia is around 2.16 times smaller than Pluto. 

Surface Area of Pluto: 16,647,940 square km

Area of Pluto compared to Australia

Data Source: solarsystem.nasa.gov

Is Australia bigger than the Moon?

The total area of Australia is 7,692,024 square km ( 2,969,907 sq mi ) and the total surface area of the Moon is around 37,936,694.79 square km. The Moon is bigger than Australia by 30,244,670.79 square km. Australia is around 4.93 times smaller than the Moon. 

Surface Area of the Moon: 37,936,694.79 square km

Area of Moon compared to Australia

Data Source: solarsystem.nasa.gov

Is Australia bigger than Mercury?

The total area of Australia is 7,692,024 square km ( 2,969,907 sq mi ) and the total surface area of Mercury is around 74,797,000 square km. Mercury is bigger than Australia by 67,104,976 square km. Australia is around 9.72 times smaller than Mercury.

Surface Area of Mercury: 74,797,000 square km

Area of Mercury compared to Australia

Data Source: solarsystem.nasa.gov

 

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