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Answered 2012-08-29 10:33:13

Less than the earth's time

It takes about 225 Earth days to orbit the Sun.

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Venus orbits the Sun, not the Earth

It takes Venus 224.7 Earth days to orbit the Sun.

It takes Venus about 224.7 "Earth days" to complete one orbit.

Venus' orbital period is 224.7 earth days.

Venus makes one revolutional orbit around the sun every 224.7 (Earth days).

Venus' orbital period is 224.7 earth days.

Venus takes 224.7 days to orbit the sun.

Venus ROTATES slowly on its axis in about 243 Earth days. Venus ORBITS around the Sun in about 225 Earth days.

It takes 224.7 Earth days for Venus to make one full orbit around the sun.

If you are referring to the orbit of Venus, it takes approximately 225 Earth days for Venus to cross the sun. 224.70069 days if you want to be exact.

Venus orbits the sun in approximately 225 Earth days. (224.70069 days)Strange as it may seem, Venus rotates so slowly that a "day" on Venus is longer than its year. It takes Venus about 243 Earth days to spin once on its axis. The slow rotation is also in a "retrograde" (clockwise) direction, from east to long does it take for venus to orbit the sun

Venus, farther from the Sun than Mercury, takes longer to orbit. the Sun.

Halley's Comet is in orbit around the sun. Venus may disturb and slightly modify its orbit during one of Halley's close approaches through the inner solar system, but has not captured it yet.

No. It take Venus 224 days to orbit the sun and it takes Mercury 88 days.

It takes Venus about 224.7 Earth days to orbit the Sun.

Yes. No planet can orbit the Sun instantaneously.

It takes 224.7 earth days to travel around the sun

It takes 225 Earth days, or about 71/2 months, for Venus to orbit the sun.

Earth does not orbit other planets; it orbits the sun. It's only coincidental that in the process it completely encircles Mercury and Venus.

Five and a half hours by aeroplane.

Saturn takes longer than Venus to orbit the Sun because its orbit is much larger, so there is more distance to travel to complete one revolution. In addition, Saturn moves slower along its orbit than Venus does along its own orbit.

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