Originally Answered: Would the moon fit in any of the oceans? No. While the Pacific may seem big enough on the surface, it is only a couple of kilometers deep. … The volume of the moon 21.9 billion cubic kilometers, about 15 times more than the volume of all the water on earth.
How big is the Earth seen from the moon?
Among the most prominent features of the Moon’s sky is Earth. Earth’s angular diameter (1.9°) is four times the Moon’s as seen from Earth, although because the Moon’s orbit is eccentric, Earth’s apparent size in the sky varies by about 5% either way (ranging between 1.8° and 2.0° in diameter).