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2012-03-26 23:49:58
2012-03-26 23:49:58

titan orbits saturn not the sun


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The first criterion in the definition of planet is that it must orbit a sun or the remnant of a sun. While Titan does orbit our Sun, it does so indirectly. Titan is under the direct gravitational control of its planet, Saturn, and not the Sun. The reason Titan is not considered a planet is that it isn't the dominant object in the neighbourhood of its orbit around the Sun.

Uranus will take 29 years to orbit around the sun?

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If you mean earth, then it takes one year for the earth to orbit the sun

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