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# How long does it take Saturn to make a full rotation?

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It takes 10 earth hours and 14 earth minutes for Saturn to make a full rotation.

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It takes Saturn about 10.7 Earth hours to make one full rotation around its axis.

It takes 243.025 earth days for Venus to make a full rotation

It takes 24 hours for the earth to make a full rotation.

Everyone knows that it takes the Earth 24 hours to make one rotation. Saturn on the other hand, takes 10 hours and 45 minutes to complete one rotation.

It takes 24 earth hours for it to make a full rotation.

It takes one year for the Earth to make a full rotation around the sun. That is how a year is defined.

Venus, which rotates backwards in comparison to Earth, takes 243 days to make a full rotation on its axis.

It takes Neptune about 16 hours and 6 minutes to make a full rotation.

how many days does it take for jupiter to make a full rotation

Saturn rotates very fast and is able to complete one rotation in approximately 10 hours. Saturn, which was named after the Roman God, is the sixth planet from the Sun.

From its speed of rotation.A day is determined by how long the planet takes to make one full rotation around its axis.

because that's how long it takes for Earth to make one full rotation.

because that is how long the earth takes to make 1 full rotation on its axis

It takes Earth approximately 24 hours to make one rotation. It also takes about 365.25 days to make a whole revolution around the Sun.

It takes 24 hours for the earth to make one full rotation, with respect to the Sun. (Tropical day) It takes about 23 hours and 56 minutes, with respect to a distant star. (Sidereal day)

it takes mars 24.6 hours to rotate on its axis once

Saturn has the second fastest spin out of the eight planets, after Jupiter. It takes 10 hours and 14 mins to make one full revolution on its axis. It takes 29.44 years to orbit the sun once.

It takes Mercury 1407.6 Earth hours to make one full rotation around its axis.

The time it takes for Mars to make a full rotation is 24 hours, 39 minutes, and 35 seconds. Mars gets its name from the Roman god of war.

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