How does the length of a day on Venus compare with a length of its year?
its the length of your mom and shes pretty fat
the length of a day on Venus is 243 Earth days and a year on Venus is 225 Earth days!
what is the sidereal day of venus? what is the sidereal day of venus?
A day on Venus is about 243 Earth days whereas a year on Venus is 224 Earth Days
Venus. The "day" (rotation period or sidereal day) is longer than the year! Venus Sidereal day: 243 Earth days. Venus Year: 224.7 Earth days.
The length of year on Venus is 224.7 Earth days. The length of day is 243 Earth days. I am stumped as to why the day is longer than the year. Kinda makes you wonder, doesn't it?
See answer given for length of Venus day in hours.
36 hrs and 777 days in a year
One day on Venus is equivalent to approximately 243 Earth days. Venus is the only planet in our solar system to rotate clockwise, and the length of its day is longer than the length of its year - 224.7 Earth days.
The length of one day on Venus is 5832 hours.
The length of one day on Venus is the same as 243 Earth days. This is because Venus rotates backwards compared to the other planets in the solar system. A day on Venus is actually longer than a year on Venus.
Well, their day length is 5,832 hours and their year is 225 days
Venus takes 243 days to spin on its axis relative to the background stars, while it takes 224.7 days to orbit the sun. Although its spin on its axis is longer that its orbital period, an apparent day is 116.75 days, since it spins in the other direction to Earth and most other planets.
The length of the Moon's day is about 29.5 of our days. The length of the Moon's year is the same as ours - 365.24 of our days, or a little over 12 "Moon days".
There is no such planet in our solar system. The nearest case would be Venus. Venus has a "sidereal" day of about 243 Earth days and a year of about 225 Earth days.
the lenght of one year on venus is 225 eath days but the odd thing is that it's day is longer then it's year year:225 earth days day:243 earth days
A day on Venus is equivalent to 243.02 Earth days.
There are different definitions for day, but on average the Martian day is 38 minutes longer than the Earth day.
243 Earth days equals 1 day on Venus
It doesn't. For instance ... Earth & Venus have almost the same gravity yet Venus' day is about a year long Whereas Mars has but a quarter of Earth's gravity and its day is almost identical.
24 hours = 1 day
243 Earth days is the rotation period of Venus. That's its "sidereal day" length. The other main definition of a "day" is called a "solar day". For Venus that's only about 117 Earth days in length.
Venus, the second planet from the sun. One day on Venus would be equivalent to 243 Earth days. However, the length of a Venusian year is shorter at 224.7 Earth days.
This question is meaningless. An Earth day would be the same length no matter what planet you are on. An Earth day would be the equivalent of 0.004 Venus days and about the same number of Venus year (it takes a whole year for Venus to go round its orbit). A Venus day is 243 Earth days. That's 243 Earth days to rotate once. Astronomers call this a sidereal day. However there is also the… Read More
Venus rotates VERY slowly. Each day on Venus takes 243 Earth days. A year on Venus takes 224.7 Earth days. It takes 224.7 Earth days for Venus to orbit the sun once. The same side of Venus always faces Earth when the Earth and Venus are closest together.
Venus. The rotational (day) period is243.2 earth days, and the sidereal (year) period is 224.7 earth days, the only planet in our solar system that has a year that is shorter than a day.
as long as it has to be why do you care
243 Earth days.
243 days on earth
Yes and no. It depends on which "day" you mean. Venus rotates very slowly on its axis. A "sidereal day" (rotation period) is about 243 Earth days. There's also the "solar day". That depends on the apparent movement of the Sun around the sky. The orbital motion of Venus around the Sun combines with the rotation of Venus to give a solar day length of about 117 Earth days. A "year" on Venus is about… Read More
243 Earth days is one Venus siderealday.
One full day (spin) on Venus is 243 days and one full year (orbit)(revolution) on Venus is 224.65 days.
243 earth days
243 earth days
A Venus year is 224.65 Earth days. But, this is interesting; a Venus "sidereal day" is 243 Earth days. That means its year is less than this "day". The sidereal day is the rotation period.
One interesting fact about Venus is that a day on Venus is actually longer than a year on Venus. A Venusian day lasts 243 days, and a year is 224 days. That means that the day on Venus is 19 days longer than the year.
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The length of the year is determined by the planet's solar orbit. The further out the orbit, the longer the year. Lengths of days are determined by rotational velocity. Mercury is locked in a tidal resonance with the sun, which governs the length of its day (a particular fraction of the length of its year). Venus barely rotates, so the length of its day is 243 times that of ours. The day on Mars is… Read More
Venus does not have months. Venus has a year that lasts about 225 earth days. The funny thing about Venus is that a day lasts much longer than a year, with a day on Venus being over 240 earth days.
The length of a day on Pluto is 6.4 Earth day The length of a year on Pluto is 248 Earth years.
A day on Venus lasts 243 Earth days. Long time...
A Venus day (spin) is 1.08 times as long as a Venus year. The very slow rotational day of Venus is 243 Earth days long, while its year (one orbit of the Sun) is only about 225 Earth days. Combined with the retrograde direction of its spin, this produces a "solar day" (sunrise to sunrise) of about 116.75 Earth days. So in terms of rotation, there is only 0.925 days in a Venus year. In… Read More
Solar day: about 117 Earth days. Sidereal day : about 243 Earth days.
the planet is venus. a day on venus is equal to 243 Earth days but a year on venus is only equal to 224 or 225 Earth days.
Venus takes 224.7 Earth days to orbit the sun. A year on Venus is 0.62 as long as a year on Earth. However, a day on Venus is actually a little longer than a year on Venus..
it rotates VERY slowly
No two planets in our solar system have the same length of day or length of year. Compared with Earth, these planets have longer years: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. These have much longer days than Earth: Mercury and Venus. Mars has a day that's slightly longer than Earth's day. Depending on the particular definition of "day" that is used, two planets have a day that's longer than than that planet's year. They are Mercury… Read More
It is about 243 of our days, as Venus rotates very slowly.
243 earth days
Maximum time of Day in solar syatem is VENUS, Minimum JUPI..
It is about 117 Earth days (for the "solar day") or 243 Earth days (for the "sidereal day").