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# How many earth hours equals a day in Saturn?

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###### 2011-01-17 09:28:17

Latest estimates put the figure at 10 hours, 32 minutes

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

The period of rotation of Saturn is 1 Saturn day. Measured in comparision to Earth, Saturn rotates about once every 10 Earth hours, so you could say that Saturn rotates 2.4 times an Earth day.

We generally do not know "why" many things are the way that they are. Saturn rotates once in about 10 hours. We don't know why. It just IS.

An hour is still an hour - so one. But a "day" on Saturn is 10 hours and 16 minutes long.

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).

In 24 hours, or one earth day, Saturn would have rotated 2 &frac14; times.

A "day" on Saturn is between 10 and 11 Earth hours long (from 10 hours 14 minutes to 10 hours 39 minutes, with the average 10 hours 32 minutes). Saturn's rotational speed is based on the atmosphere and varies by latitude, being fastest at the equator.

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

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.

One day on Neptune equals 16 hours and 6 minutes. This is the same as about 0.67 of an Earth day.

They both have moons. Saturn has many more than Earth, but they do both have them.

From Earth to Saturn its approximately 170,000,000 miles away.

Hours??? It will take less than 15 seconds.Another perspectivesince you posted the question in the Saturn Vehicles category, it's assumed that you want to know how quickly the Saturn vehicle can accelerate from zero to 75 mph... which is answered above. HOWEVER...If you want to know how long it would take a Saturn vehicle to get from EARTH to the planet SATURN, the time would be:794 million miles @ 75 mph =10586666 hours when Saturn is at it's closest point to earthOR979 million miles@ 75 mph = 13053333 hours, when Saturn is at it's furthest point from earth.

I'm guessing that you're talking about Earth hours and Pluto years.1 Pluto year = 89,865.65 Earth days = 2,156,775.6mean solar Earth hours

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.

Saturn does not orbit the Earth. Saturn and Earth orbit the Sun. Earth takes about 1 year to do so and Saturn takes about 29 years and 6 months to do so.

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