A commercial jet travels more or less 1000 km/hr. Jupiter is, round numbers, 5 A.U. away, or 5*150e6 km. Time = distance/rate, so time = 750e6 km /1e3 km/hr = 750,000 hours. To the level of accuracy we're dealing with here, a year is close enough to 7500 hours, so it would take about 100 years to get from here to Jupiter at commercial jet speeds. Your luggage, however... The numbers are incorrect and need a complete reworking. Jupiter's position from earth varies from a maximum of about 6 A.U to a minimum of about 4 A.U. That means the closest Jupiter gets to earth is about the 4 A.U. That's problem one. But there is another problem. When Jupiter and Earth are closest and the jet leaves earth, the planets keep moving. The planets aren't stationary, remember? And if the jet flies "at" Jupiter, Jupiter won't be "there" when the jet arrives where it was aimed. What this leads to is a demand for an "optimal path of travel" for the given craft accounting for its (low) speed and the dynamics of the moving planets. That path will be a curve that will arc out from earth to where Jupiter "will be" when the jet arrives. It's gonna be a loooong curve. Did you get a passing grade in astrophysics? It will certainly take a long, long time. But then there's the issue of jets not being able to operate in space because the control surfaces won't work where there isn't any air. ::wink, wink::so maybe you could take a surtine amount of days but no one nose for shure
It took the Galileo spacecraft about six years to reach Jupiter from Earth.
It would be possible to go by spaceship, but it would take years to get there and no one has ever done it. It is unlikely to happen for a long time.
it would take 6 years to get to Jupiter from Earth
It would take 187.165618 days to go all the way around Jupiter.
about 6089 years
It would take about a week to get to Jupiter in a rocket. If you want more on this topic check out matthewsaysftw on youtube.
Earth is 588 million kilometers away from Jupiter. On a space shuttle, it would take about 2 years to reach Jupiter from Earth.
Jupiter is 390,674,710 miles from Earth. The time it would take to traverse this distance can only be determined if you provide the travel speed.
It will take about 6 years to get to jupiter.
a long long time my friend... basically your lifetime.
Well, you can't drive to jupiter in a car, but if you could, it would take you over 100 years. Sorry.
9 hours 50 minutes
around two years
you cant get to Jupiter with a car its in space! only if cars could fly
I can't tell if you want to know "How long does it take to get data from Earth to Jupiter?" or "How long does it take a spacecraft to go from Earth to Jupiter?". (They have very different answers).
If the planet was exactly in between Mars and Jupiter, it would take 3645.029 days.
At its closest, Jupiter is about 290 million miles for earth. Traveling at 100 mph it would take 330 years to cover such a distance.