By Luis Torres
Some quoted diameters sum to around 390,000 km, which is larger than the 384,000 km or so usually quoted as the Earth-Moon distance.
But if you neglect the odd 6,000 km, then yes, all the planets can more-or-less fit between the Earth and the Moon.
Jupiter has a volume of 1.43 x 10^15 cubic kilometers. Are you sure?
Picture from Epic Satellite at 1,000,000 miles away
Picture from The Mars Rover…
Picture from Cassini Satellite orbiting Saturn.
Picture of the Moon from Earth, of course its Obvious, something it’s not right…
Think for yourself