87.97 days. A Mercury Year.
Mercury has no moons.
It takes Mercury around 88 Earth days to make one orbit of our sun. Roughly 4 times for every one Earth orbit (year).
Mercury doesn't orbit Earth.
Mercury orbits the sun not the Earth
Mercury's orbit around the sun is approx 364 million km long.
One year (i.e. one orbit around the sun) for Mercury is equal to 88 Earth days.
The rotation of Mercury is equal to 1.5x the time it takes to make one full orbit around the sun. As a result, one day on Mercury is twice as long as one year on Mercury.
It takes Mercury considerably more time than that to complete an orbit (if Mercury were moving that fast, it would be orbiting around the sun significantly more rapidly than the sun itself spins).Mercury's "year" is approximately 88 Earth days long.
Mercury does not orbit the earth - ever!
87.9691 Earth days.
The sun does not orbit itself!
Because of the periods of Mercury's orbit and spin, a year (complete orbit around the sun) on Mercury is about 88 Earth days long, while a day (time for the Sun to appear in the same place in the sky) is twice that length, at about 176 Earth days long.
Neptune takes 16 years to complete one orbit around the sun
Mercury takes 88 earth days to orbit the sun. 88 days, is a little less than 3 Earthmonths to orbit the Sun once.it takes 87 earth day to complete a year or one time around the sun
Do you mean how long does it take Mercury to orbit the sun ? 87.969 days
Mercury does not orbit the Earth, it orbits the Sun.
Pluto takes 248 years to complete one full orbit around the Sun.
Mercury: 0.2408 earth yearsSaturn: 29.46 earth years.
It takes Mercury 88 days to orbit the sun.
It takes about one month for the moon to orbit the earth