The distance between Earth and Jupiter varies over the course of their respective orbits around the sun. The average distance between the two planets is about:
715 million kilometers (444 million miles).
At their farthest separation, the distance between Earth and Jupiter is about 968 million kilometers (601 million miles).
At their closest point, the distance between Earth and Jupiter is about 588 million kilometers (365 million miles).
It's important to note that these distances are not fixed and can change over time due to the elliptical shape of the orbits of both planets. The distance between the two planets can also be affected by the gravitational influence of other objects in the solar system, such as other planets and asteroids.