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2009-12-15 01:51:24

it takes 29.46 Earth years for Saturn to orbit the sun once.

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Saturn is the sixth planet form the Sun and one of the Gas Giants. It takes 10 hours and 39 minutes for Saturn to complete one rotation on its axis.


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It takes Saturn about 10.7 Earth hours to make one full rotation around its axis.



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On the planet Venus, it takes 5,832 hours to complete a full rotation on the axis


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