1 day on neptune equals how many earth hours?
it takes 16 earth hours to completely rotate
One day on Neptune equals 16 hours and 6 minutes. This is the same as about 0.67 of an Earth day.
A day on Neptune is 16 hours and 11 minutes, as opposed to Earth's day of 24 hours. So a Neptune day is approximately 2/3rds of an Earth day.
The rotation of the planet Neptune is much faster than Earth's. It completes a rotational "day" in about 16 Earth hours. So in an Earth year (365.25 Earth days), Neptune completes about 544 Neptune days. In a Neptune year, there are about 89,666 Neptune days.
60225 earth days = one year on Neptune
16 hours or 0.67125 earth days
164.79 Earth Years equal 1 Year on Neptune -KevinTech5469
Neptune rotates in about 16.1 hours. An Earth day is 24 hours. So, Neptune rotates almost one and a half times for each day on Earth.
It's about 165 Earth years.
Neptune is in the same solar system as the earth. It is about 2.7 billion miles from earth. It takes like about four hours and two minutes to extend from the earth to Neptune. That would make Neptune about 0.00036782 light years from earth.
Actually, 16 Earth hours and 7 minutes equal to one Neptune day!
1 of Neptune's rotations (day on neptune) is about 16 hours. 1 of Neptune's rotations (day on neptune) is about 16 hours. 1 of Neptune's rotations (day on neptune) is about 16 hours. 1 of Neptune's rotations (day on neptune) is about 16 hours.
16 hours, or more precise 0.67125 earth days.
463 thousand days to earth years
It takes 165 Earth years for Neptune to go around the sun.It takes 16 Earth hours to have a full day.
One orbit for Neptune takes nearly 165 Earth years (164.79 years). This is approximately 60,190 Earth days. But a day (complete rotation) for Neptune is much shorter than Earth's, about 16 Earth hours. So there are about 89,666 "Neptune days" in a "Neptune year".
Neptune has a lot more days than the Earth. The Earth has 365 days when Neptune has 60,225 days in a year. The days are 16 hours, 6 minutes and 36 seconds.
it takes Neptune164 earth years to orbit the sun and a 16 Earth hours
117 earth days
just under 10 hours.
the answer is 15 days and 34 hours
"it takes 20 earth days to reach neptune from earth"
Neptune takes about 165 Earth years to orbit the Sun. That's one Neptune "year" of course. Neptune's "day" is about 16 hours and 6 minutes ( 16.1 hours). That's the time it takes to spin on its axis once. From that you can work out how many Neptune days the orbit takes, if you want. I make it to be about 89838 "Neptune days". You can say Neptune "year" and Neptune "day", but the terms… Read More
it has 16 hours.
There are 16 hours.
Earth doesn't rotate around Neptune. Both Earth and Neptune go around the sun.
Neptune is approximately 2.73 billion miles from Earth.
How many times farther than earth is neptune from the sun?
A day on Neptune is 16 hours, 6 minutes and 36 seconds.
About 1407. Exact: 1416
Neptune has a shorter day than Earth. It's about 16 hours and 7 minutes. That's about 0.67 Earth days.
It takes light about four hours and two minutes for light to travel from earth to Neptune. Light travels at 186,220 miles per second.
Latest estimates put the figure at 10 hours, 32 minutes
Earth and Neptune formed together so it has lived the same number of Earth Years as Earth has.
All of them.
I'm guessing that you're talking about Earth hours and Pluto years. 1 Pluto year = 89,865.65 Earth days = 2,156,775.6 mean solar Earth hours
At the speed of light it takes 4 hours 11 minutes and 27 seconds.
The year length is 165 years on earth. and the days there are 16 hours for us. I'll let you do the math.
Neptune is about 30 AU (astronomic units) from the sun, The Earth, by definition is 1 and about 8 light minutes so Neptune is sometimes close to 240 light minutes or 40 light hours or 0.00456 light years from Earth (at certain times)
One day on Mars equals 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds and one day on Earth is 24 hours. Therefore, about 1.03 days on Earth equals one day on Mars.
Any people on Neptune most likely divide their day into 12 or 24 hours, for ease of keeping appointments, doing business, and regulating their school day, just as we do here. However many Neptunian hours they define it to be, the period of time is equivalent to 16hours 17minutes of Earth time.
A day on Mars is 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds
Neptune completes one orbit in 164.79 earth years.
First you must break it down the same units of measure, because Neptune rotates around the sun every 165 (earth) years, and rotates on it's axis every 17.25 (earth) hours. what we're going to do is put everything down to hours. 165 (earth) years is about 1,446,359.11 (earth) hours and since we already have Neptune's day at 17.25 (earth) hours it just simple division. 1446359.11/17.25 and you get your answer. There are roughly 83,846.9049 (Neptune)… Read More
An average of 4,498,542,600km from Earth.
Neptune takes 16 hours 6 minutes and 36 seconds to rotate or spin once on its axis, or 0.67125 Earth days.
This was my question too! But the internet is full of off topic questions! Im getting angry....
24 hours I think
16 hours and 7 minutes
60,190.03 Earth days (164.79 Earth years) (89,666 Neptune days)