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# How long does it take for Saturn to make a revolution around the sun in earth years?

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###### 2012-05-09 17:10:54

It takes Saturn 29.4571 years to orbit the Sun

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Saturn's revolution around the Sun in Earth years is 29.6 years..... Emma-Carson&lt;3

It takes 29.5 Earth years for Saturn to revolve once around the Sun

The planet Saturn completes one revolution around the Sun in about 29.66 years.

Mercury takes about 0.24 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Venus takes about 0.62 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Earth takes about 1 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Mars takes about 1.88 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Jupiter takes about 11.86 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Saturn takes about 29.46 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Uranus takes about 84.01 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Neptune takes about 164.8 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Pluto takes about 248 earth years to complete one revolution around the sun.

Saturn revolves around the Sun once every 29.458 Earth-years.

One revolution around the Sun is called a year. A year on Saturn lasts 29.5 Earth years.

Time Span for the Revolution of SaturnThe term Revolution describes one elliptical rotation (a 360 degree rotation, aka a big circle) around the Sun. My science book says that Saturn takes approximately 29.456 Earth years to revolve around the Sun, which is one Saturn year and each Saturn day is 10.2 Earth hours. These are my own words, I only took numbers.

That is how many Earth years it takes for Saturn to go around the Sun once.

That's called the "revolution period" by astronomers. For Saturn it's about 29.5 Earth years.

To make one complete orbit around the sun it takes Saturn 11.9 Earth years or 4330 Earth days.

Saturn has a "rotation" around it's own axis. It has a "revolution" around the Sun.Saturn's "period of revolution" around the Sun is about 29.5 Earth years.See related questions.

Saturn revolves around the sun once every 29.4 Earth years.It takes Saturn 10,759 Earth days (about 29.5 Earth years) to orbit the Sun.Saturn takes 29.447 years to make one orbit of the sun.10759 days, which is around 29.5 years.

Saturn takes almost 30 years for one revolution, if that's what you mean.

The revolution period of a planet is the time it takes to travel around the Sun. The revolution period of Mercury is 58.65 Earth days, for Venus is 224.7 days, Mars is 686.93 days, Jupiter is 11.86 Earth years, Saturn is 29.46 years, Uranus is 83.75 years, and Neptune is 163.72 years.

The rotaion takes 10 hours and 14 minutes and the revolution takes 29.5 Earth years.

One earth year is one earth year no matter where you are, but one Saturnian `year` is around 29 &frac12; Earth years. Saturn takes 29.5 years to go once around the sun.

It is a topic commonly argued about by astronomers ( I don't know why! ), but most sources cite the time Saturn takes to make one revolution around the Sun as approximately 84 earth years

It takes Jupiter about 11.9 Earth years to make one revolution around the Sun.

Saturn rotates on its axis pretty fast - in about 10.5 hours. It takes about29.5 Earth years to orbit the Sun once (period of revolution).

it takes 10,759 Earth days (or about 29&frac12; years).

Saturn rotates once every 10.5 Earth hours. FAST !! That's why it's center bulges out a little... same with Jupiter. Jupiter rotates about every 9 hours. BUT - it takes almost 30 Earth years to make one revolution around the sun.

Around 29 and a half Earth years for Saturn to orbit the Sun.

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