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# How many days does it take for venus take to orbit the sun?

###### Answered 2012-09-12 10:27:28

About 224.7 Earth days.

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

About 224.7 Earth days. I guess you meant "Venus".

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 complete one orbit.

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

Day (synodic): 116.75 days Time to revolve around the sun: 224.7 days

How many days does it take Saturn the planet to orbit the sun? How many days does it take Saturn the planet 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.

Venus orbits once in 224.7 days, so multiply that by 24 hours in a day.

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 west.how long does it take for venus to orbit the sun

Less than the earth's time It takes about 225 Earth days to orbit the Sun.

At what speed?The closest Venus comes to Earth in its orbit around the Sun is about 25 million miles. If you were traveling to Venus in a rocket ship at a speed of 25,000 miles per hour, it would take you 1000 hours to get there, or 41.66 days.

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