How long is a day length on Venus?
as long as it has to be why do you care
243 Earth days is the rotation period of Venus. That's its "sidereal day" length. The other main definition of a "day" is called a "solar day". For Venus that's only about 117 Earth days in length.
One day on Venus is equivalent to approximately 243 Earth days. Venus is the only planet in our solar system to rotate clockwise, and the length of its day is longer than the length of its year - 224.7 Earth days.
See answer given for length of Venus day in hours.
A day on Venus lasts 243 Earth days. Long time...
The length of one day on Venus is the same as 243 Earth days. This is because Venus rotates backwards compared to the other planets in the solar system. A day on Venus is actually longer than a year on Venus.
The length of one day on Venus is 5832 hours.
what is the sidereal day of venus? what is the sidereal day of venus?
A day on Venus is equivalent to 243.02 Earth days.
A day on Venus is about 243 Earth days whereas a year on Venus is 224 Earth Days
the length of a day on Venus is 243 Earth days and a year on Venus is 225 Earth days!
243 Earth days equals 1 day on Venus
This question is meaningless. An Earth day would be the same length no matter what planet you are on. An Earth day would be the equivalent of 0.004 Venus days and about the same number of Venus year (it takes a whole year for Venus to go round its orbit). A Venus day is 243 Earth days. That's 243 Earth days to rotate once. Astronomers call this a sidereal day. However there is also the… Read More
243 Earth days.
243 days on earth
243 Earth days is one Venus siderealday.
243 earth days
243 earth days
Venus' day is long because it rotates slowly on its axis. One day on Venus is 243 days, which is longer than one year on Venus, which is 225 days.
36 hrs and 777 days in a year
Solar day: about 117 Earth days. Sidereal day : about 243 Earth days.
That planet is Venus. The rotation period of Venus is 243 Earth days. That's called a "sidereal day". On Earth the sidereal day is about 23 hours and 56 minutes. There is also the "solar day", based on the position of the Sun in the sky. On Earth, that's exactly 24 hours. On Venus the solar day is about 117 Earth days in length. As you can see, there is a huge difference in the… Read More
The length of year on Venus is 224.7 Earth days. The length of day is 243 Earth days. I am stumped as to why the day is longer than the year. Kinda makes you wonder, doesn't it?
Maximum time of Day in solar syatem is VENUS, Minimum JUPI..
It is about 243 of our days, as Venus rotates very slowly.
243 earth days
The length of a "sidereal" day (rotation period) is different on every planet. These are the approximate times: Mercury 58.7 earth days, (multiply by 24 to get the day length in hours), Venus 243 earth days, Earth 23 hours 56 minutes, Mars 24.6 hours, Jupiter 9.84 hours, Saturn 10.2 hours, Uranus 17.9 hours, Neptune 16.1 hours. The length of the "solar" days are very similar, except for Mercury and Venus. For example Earth's solar day… Read More
one day on venus is 59 earth-days long
The length of one day on the planet Venus is equal to 116 days and 18 hours on Earth. This planet takes 224 days to orbit the sun.
It takes Venus 225 days to orbit the Sun, which is the length of a year on Venus. One month on Venus would equal 18.75 Earth days.
The length of one Venusian day is 1,407.5 Earth hours. That is the time it takes to make one full rotation on its axis.
I believe you are thinking of Venus. However a day on Venus is 243.0185 days, not hours.
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There is no such planet in our solar system. The nearest case would be Venus. Venus has a "sidereal" day of about 243 Earth days and a year of about 225 Earth days.
One rotation of Venus is 243 Earth days (sidereal day). Sunrise to Sunrise for someone standing on Venus is about 117 days (solar day).
One Venus day equals 243 Earth days. Seven Venus days equals 1701 Earth days, or 4.66 Earth years. 243 days is the Sidereal day length,but remember Venus has a Solar day of only 117 Earth days.
Venus does not have months. Venus has a year that lasts about 225 earth days. The funny thing about Venus is that a day lasts much longer than a year, with a day on Venus being over 240 earth days.
A Venus day (spin) is 1.08 times as long as a Venus year. The very slow rotational day of Venus is 243 Earth days long, while its year (one orbit of the Sun) is only about 225 Earth days. Combined with the retrograde direction of its spin, this produces a "solar day" (sunrise to sunrise) of about 116.75 Earth days. So in terms of rotation, there is only 0.925 days in a Venus year. In… Read More
The length of a day on a planet is how long it takes to spin on its axis. The length of a day on Mercury is 58 days and 15 hours in Earth time. A day on Venus is 243 Earth days, Mars is 24 hours 39 minutes and 35 seconds, Jupiter's day is 9.9 Earth hours, Saturn is 10 hours and 47 minutes, Uranus is 17 hours 14 minutes and 24 seconds, and Neptune's… Read More
A Venus year is 224.65 Earth days. But, this is interesting; a Venus "sidereal day" is 243 Earth days. That means its year is less than this "day". The sidereal day is the rotation period.
One interesting fact about Venus is that a day on Venus is actually longer than a year on Venus. A Venusian day lasts 243 days, and a year is 224 days. That means that the day on Venus is 19 days longer than the year.
224.7 earth day
Yes. Venus has day and night. The period from sunrise to sunrise is about 116.75 Earth days long.
It depends what you mean by "day". Venus rotates in about 243 Earth days. This is called a sidereal day. So that's about 243 x 24 Earth hours. However the "solar day" on Venus is about 117 Earth days. So that's about 117 x 24 Earth hours. The solar day is 24 hours on Earth. It's how long the Sun takes to complete one journey through the sky from noon till noon. The Earth's rotation… Read More
An apparent or solar day on Venus is 116.75 days (this is not the same as its rotational period relative to the background stars, which is 243 days).
The sidereal day is about 243 Earth days. That is the time for the planet to rotate once . The solar day is 117 Earth days,roughly. That is a big difference. On Earth the difference between these two days is only about 4 minutes. The reason for the big difference on Venus is that Venus rotates very slowly. The solar day depends on the rotation of a planet AND its orbital motion. The slow rotation… Read More
The "Solar day" on Venus. Or, the "Sidereal day" on Mercury.
Venus takes 243 days to spin once on its axis relative to the background stars, although an apparent day is 116.75 days, since it spins (slowly) in the other direction to Earth and most other planets.
the lenght of one year on venus is 225 eath days but the odd thing is that it's day is longer then it's year year:225 earth days day:243 earth days
Venus rotates VERY slowly. Each day on Venus takes 243 Earth days. A year on Venus takes 224.7 Earth days. It takes 224.7 Earth days for Venus to orbit the sun once. The same side of Venus always faces Earth when the Earth and Venus are closest together.
243 earth days