During one trip around the Earth, the moon rotates one time, because its rotation and revolution are about the same. That is why we only see one side of the moon (the near side) and never the far side.
365 and 1/4 times
The Sun does not rotate around the Earth, the Earth orbits the Sun.
The sun does not rotate around the earth. Ever. The Earth rotates around the sun once in one year.
First of all, the Earth revolves around the Sun, and in the time of one revolution, the moon makes about 12.5 revolutions around the earth.
730.47 times (rounded)
The Earth rotates (spins) roughly 365.25 times during the time it takes to complete one orbital revolution around the sun. That longer period is the one we call "year".
About 1/27th of one.
The Moon completes it's orbit around the earth once every 28 days. The moon orbits the earth approximately 13 times a year.
The moon's periods of axial rotation and orbital revolution are precisely equal.The answer to the question is: 1.000...
The moon revolves around the Earth in about one month (27 days 8 hours) so it's around 12 times.
The proper term is "revolve," not "rotate." Regardless, Venus orbits the sun approximately 1.5029318574602913340465805283516 times in one [Earth] year, which is 243.02 [earth] days.
Yes. Another Answer: The moon rotate on its axis in the same time that it take to revolve around the Earth. Whereas the Earth rotates on its axis 365 times before making one revolution around the sun.
The definition of a year is the time it takes the earth to rotate once around the sun. Therefore, Earth rotates around the sun once a year.
Zero times. It takes the Moon about 27.3 days to revolve just once around the Earth.
Once, it is in a synchronous orbit with Earth
IF you're referring to the moon, then 13.
Once - hence one year
once every 365.25 days.. (a whole year)
Once a day - they are geostationary.
In simplistic terms, the moon orbits the earth 13 times in a year. However, nothing is simplistic, in reality, the Moon will rotate around the Earth about 13.37 times.
Exactly one time.
In a year it rotates 366¼ times on its own axis (relative to the stars) plus once around the Sun.