Rotation period (sidereal day) about 24 hours 37 minutes.
Solar day about 2 minutes longer.
About 24 hours 39 minutes is the length of the "solar day" on Mars.
A day on Mars is 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds
A Day on mars is 24.6 hours (1.025 Earth days)
Mars and earth have almost the same length of day. Just add 37 minutes on mars.
A mars day is about a hundred hours!
Around 24(earth hours) a day and 25(earth hours) a night. So it will take 49(earth hours); that's 2 days and an hour for a (full mars day)
24 hours and 40 minutes
About 24 and a half. Mars' day is roughly 1/2 hour longer than ours.
a day on mars is 24 hours 39 minutes and 35 second. Hope you liked my answer. Improvement : Yes, but that's the solar day. The sidereal day is about 2 minutes shorter.
About one. Mars rotates in about 24 hours and 37 minutes.
One day on Mars equals 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds and one day on Earth is 24 hours. Therefore, about 1.03 days on Earth equals one day on Mars.
A mars day is longer. Each Mars rotation takes 24 Earth hours and 39.5 Earth minutes. A mars day is about 25 hours long.
The rotational period (sidereal day) on Mars is slightly longer than Earth's, about 24.62 Earth hours. This is about 24 hours, 37 minutes, 22 seconds. The "solar day" (noon to noon) on Mars is slightly longer, about 24 hours, 39 minutes, 35 seconds.
yes because mars and earth have the same hours only that mars has 37 more minets Mars: 24 hours and 37 minets a day earth:24 hours a day
24 Hours and 37 Minutes Improvement: That's the "sidereal day". The "solar day" is about 2 minutes longer.