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Planet Saturn
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# How many days is Saturn compared o Earth?

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###### 2014-09-02 01:19:39

Its rotation is about 10 and a half hours, if that's what you mean.

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## Related Questions

Earth and Saturn are two very different planets. Saturn has many moons while Earth only has 1 moon. Saturn also has a diameter that is 9 times bigger than Earth.

The sidereal rotational period of Saturn (1 Saturn day) is 10 hours 45 minutes and 45 seconds which is about 0.4484375 Earth days.The orbital period of Saturn is 29.4571 Earth years or 10,759.22 Earth days (24,491.07 Saturn days).

A Saturn year is equivalent to 29.7 Earth years. It takes Saturn 10,832 earth days to complete a single orbit around the sun.

For Saturn to complete one revolution around the Sun of our solar system, it takes 10759 Earth days.

it is 10.66 hours on earth that equal one day on Saturn

It depends on the altitude the object is above Saturn

A year on Saturn lasts about 10,759 Earth days (29.46 Earth years). Using the average length of a "day" on Saturn of 10 hours, 34 minutes (time for rotation outside the equatorial zone), this is about 24,491 Saturn days.

It takes Saturn 29.45 years to orbit the sun or 10,759 days. Saturn is similar to Earth in that its axis is at a tilt and goes through four seasons.

Saturn takes 10,759.22 Earth days to make one orbit of the Sun.

Saturn takes just over 10759 Earth days, or just under 29.5 Earth years, to orbit the sun once.

good question but sorry i cant answer that

It takes nearly 11000 Earth days or 29 and a half Earth years.

The planet Saturn orbits the Sun once in 29.7 Earth years, or 1 Saturn year.

I know that a revolution on saturn is 29.5 Earth years so there would be about 10,767.5 Earth days but I didnt calculate leap years and other things like that but... I hope this helped! :)

It takes about 29.46 Earth years for Saturn to orbit around our sun.

It takes about 29.5 Earth years for Saturn to orbit the sun once. 10,768 Earth days is the nearest estimate.

It takes 10,759 Earth days (or about 29&frac12; years), to orbit once around the Sun.

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