Jupiter takes approximately 103,980 hours to orbit the sun. The calculation is shown below:
Jupiter takes 11.8618 years to orbit the sun which is equal to 11.8618 * 365.25 * 24 hours.
Not hours - Jupiter orbits around the Sun in 11.86 years.
It takes about 11 earth hours for juipiter to rotate on its axis
a little over 11 years
23 hours, 56 minutes.
Twenty-four Hours and one Day.
8760 hrs= 1 yr
There are 4.9625 hours in one night on Jupiter.
A Jupiter day is about ten hours long
Well, it takes Jupiter almost 12 years to go around the sun once, or 4331.57 days, to be exact. With 24 hours in a day, we multiply 4331.57 by 24 and we get 103,957.57 hours.
1 Day on Jupiter = 9.933333 Earth Hours. 10 Days on Jupiter = 99.33333 Earth Hours.
It rotates once every 243 days.
The moon rotates and revolves around the Earth, both, in 27.32 days. That's about 655.7 hours.
Well technically it does not take a day to rotate once... it normally takes it 10 hours and 14 min exact to rotate around its axis
Yes, many galaxies rotate around a center or core. The majority of all of the known galaxies rotate around a core.
Jupiter takes 11.86 Earth years and 9.9 hours to revolve around the sun. Jupiter's density is 1.3.
it takes about 6 months earth time for mars to rotate around the sun
Minute hand will rotate 1440 times in 24 hours.