How many earth hours does it take mercury to spin on its axis?
Mercury is weird. It circles the sun every 88 days, and takes 58.6 days to rotate once on its axis !
That's 1,406 hours .
The Earth spins on its axis for 24 hours
There is 1407.6 Earth hours in one day on Mercury.
The rotational period of Mercury is 58.64 days which is 1407.36 hours.
There are 1407.6 Earth hours in a day on Mercury.
It takes 24 hours for the earth to turn on its own axis.
hundreds of hours.
The earth rotates on its axis every 23 hours, 56 min. and 49.0 sec. but we round this to 24 hours.
Mercury rotates on its axis once in about 58.6 Earth days.
There are 1407.5 hours of daylight on Mercury which is 56.646 earth days!!
An Earth complete spin is 24 hours.
A Mercurian "day" the (time it takes it go spin once on it's axis) is equal to 58.65 earth days. Mercury turns on it's axis very, very slowly.
24 hours. (one day)
it takes 24 hours
Mars rotates on its axis in 24.6 earth hours = 1.025 earth days.
It takes about 11 earth hours for juipiter to rotate on its axis
It takes 1 sidereal day for the to earth to spin on its axis. That is 23.93447 hours.
78 hours 87 earth days
88 earth days * * * * * Actually, that is a Mercury year! A mercury day is 58.64 earth days.
A mercury day (sidereal rotation period) is 58.646 earth days = 1407.5 hours.
Approximately 23 hours and 56 minutes.
23 hours, 56 minutes.
The Earth has been rotating around its own axis for thousands of millions of hours, but if you mean how long does it take to complete 1 rotation, the answer is about 24 hours.
Approximately, the time taken by the Earth to spin around its own axis is taken as 24 hours. However, the exact time is 23 hours 56 minutes and 3 seconds. (23.934 sidereal hours). The spinning around of the Earth on its own axis is called rotation.
No, Mercury is not tilted on it's axis.
dont know about hours but 66 earth days
Once. To be precise, Earth turns around its axis once every 23 hours and 56 minutes.
the answer is 15 days and 34 hours
23 hours, 56 minutes, and 2.1 seconds.
10 hours. Or two and a fraction per Earth day.
On Mercury it takes 1,407 hours to make a day. So that would make 58 days, 15 hours on Earth.
earth takes 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds to rotate on its axis once in a day
176 days OR 59 Earth Days = 1 Mercury Day 88 Earth Days = 1 Mercury Year
24 hours to turn right round on its axis and a year (365 days) to complete its orbit around the sun.
About 1407. Exact: 1416
It takes 23 hours 56 minutes for the Earth to rotate exactly once.
The Earth takes 23 hours, 56 minutes to complete a sidereal orbit (the length of time the constellations appear to take for one rotation), but 1 day, or one rotation of the Earth on its axis is 24 hours.
Mercury, has 24 hours in a day, the same as the earth and all the other planets in the Universe.
One day on Mercury is the equivalent of 58 days, 15 hours, and 30 minutes on Earth, This is because the planet has a very slow rotation.
To turn once on its axis takes about 27.32 Earth days. That's about 656 hours.
25.38 earth days = 609.1 hours (25.38 x 24)
One. Well, not QUITE one, to be exact. It takes 23 hours 56 minutes for the Earth to turn precisely once on its axis.
The Sun rotates on its axis once every 25.05 (Earth) days.
it takes venus 225 earth days to rotae on its axis to the un and it takes earth 12 hours.'
The earth rotates once on it's axis every 24 hours, or once a day.
There are 59 (Earth) days in a day on Mercury. That is 1416 hours. * * * * * If you are going to go down to the level of hours, make sure the figure for days is sufficiently precise. A mercury day (sidereal rotation period) is 58.646 earth days = 1407.5 hours. However, because of Mercurys slow rotation, one full day - sunrise to sunrise takes two Mercury years. So a full day is… Read More
The sun shines on Mercury all the time. Mercury rotates, albeit slowly, so all surfaces eventually are touched by sunlight. The "day" on Mercury is 56.646 earth days, or 1407.5 hours long. A link can be found below.
Earth has only one axis of rotation.