The moon averages 238,000 miles from the Earth.
I would have thought that Jupiter would not fit between us and the moon, but it is only about 87,000 miles in diameter.
In fact all of the planets could fit lined up between the Earth and the moon, including Pluto (which IS a planet, dammit).
Of course gravity would shmush us all together and destroy the Earth, so we don’t really want to do that.
Mercury – 1,516mi (2,440km) radius; about 1/3 the size of Earth
Venus – 3,760mi (6,052km) radius; only slightly smaller than Earth
Earth – 3,959mi (6,371km) radius
Mars – 2,106mi (3,390km) radius; about half the size of Earth
Jupiter – 43,441mi (69,911km) radius; 11x Earth’s size
Saturn – 36,184mi (58,232km) radius; 9x larger than Earth
Uranus – 15,759mi (25,362km) radius; 4x Earth’s size
Neptune – 15,299mi (24,622km) radius; only slightly smaller than Uranus
Pluto – 738mi radius