How does the earth's moon compare to moons of gas giant planets?

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Answer:

Earth's Moon is smaller than the Ganymede, Callisto, Titan and Io.

Explanation:

Diameter of Earth's moon: #3,475 km or 3,475 * 10^3 m#

Ganymede (Jupiter's Moon): #5,262 km or 5,262 * 10^3 m#

Titan (Saturn's Moon): #5,150 km or 5,150* 10^3 m#

Callitso (Jupiter's Moon): #4,821 km or 4,821 *10^3 m#

Io (Jupiter's Moon): #3,643 km or 3,643 * 10^3 m#

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All other moons are smaller than earth's moon.

For example: See image for the Jupiter's Moon Europa.