It takes Haumea 3.9155 to complete one rotation.
how long does it take for Mercury to rotate on its own axis IN ONE DAY
How long does it take Uranus to rotate on rd axis and orbit around the sun
It takes the sun 25 Earth days to rotate on its axis.
Eris takes approximately 550 Earth years to rotate on its axis.
It takes Mars 24 hours and 37 minutes to rotate once on its axis.
About 24.6 hours.
About 9 years
Venus takes only 12 seconds to rotate on it's axis
6.39 Earth Days
17.24 earth hours
About 28 days.
It takes about 24.6 hours for Mars to rotate once on its axis.
the moon takes 28 days to retate on its own axis
Exoplanet GJ 1214 b takes about 52.7 (+- 5.3 ) days to rotate on its axis.
A long time. It takes about 58.6 Earth days.
27.32 days (rounded)
24 hours and 37 minutes
It takes 24 hours!
9hours and 55 minutes
Approx. 1416 Earth hours
It completes one full rotation every 27.32 earth days.
it takes Mercury 1368936475.26579980 days.
24 hours (1 day )
it takes 16 earth years to rotate
It takes 23.9345 hours. The axis is tilted by 23.44 degrees.
it take 10 hours and 14 minutes to rotate on its axis
A month! It is about 27 and 1/3 days.
it takes 25 earth days
24 hours and 37 minutes.
17 hours and 15 minutes
It takes 1 day.
The average distance is 57.9 million kilometres.
About 27 1/2 days.
Exactly one Mercury day.
1,834 Earth years
Mercury rotates once on its axis about every 58.6 Earth days. Mercury's year is 88 Earth days. This is the time it takes to go around the sun, (not to rotate on its axis).
17 hours and 44 minutes (earth time) is the amount for it to spin on its axis
Haumea makes a complete rotation in just 3.9155 hours, making its day very short compared to Earth's.
Earth's moon does rotate on it's axis but it does it once each orbit of the Earth: every 27.3 days .
6.4 earth days or about 153.6 hours.
It's called a day and it is 24 hours.
It Takes One Day for the earth to rotate on its axis.
It takes about 58.6 Earth days.
243 days of earth
It takes 27.32 of the time interval that we call our "day".
Saturn rotates in about 10 and a half hours.
27.3 Earth days, approximately.