All planets in the solar system rotate, but not all in the same direction, Mercury, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Neptune all rotate in one direction, while Venus, Uranus, and the dwarf planet Pluto rotate in the opposite direction.
Planets rotate in a counterclockwise direction, which is the same as the sun. The only two planets that rotate in an opposite direction are Venus and Uranus.
Yes. All planets rotate about an axis.
Saturn rotates in about 10.57 hours.
it has in axis brother
The planet Saturn takes about 10 hours and 39 minutes for it to rotate on its axis. Since the planet does not rotate uniformly the time does vary.
you rotate left
They can rotate in just about any direction, and they can rotate at different speeds.
Well think about it. If a clock were to rotate in a counterclockwise direction it would be a counterclock.
You rotate clockwise in volleyball.
it does because sun
In the Southern Hemisphere, hurricanes are called "cyclones" and they rotate in a clockwise direction.
Saturn and Earth are similar because they both:are formed at about the same time,rotate around the sun,rotate on their own axis,are a planet.
the rotation of Saturn is counterclockwise.
It spins on its axis
Saturn takes 10 hours and 48 minutes to rotate once on its axis.
Saturn rotates in about 10 and a half hours.
Once an object, any object, such as the Earth, is set in motion to rotate in a particular direction, it will always continue to rotate in that direction. For the Earth to rotate in another direction would take an enormous, cataclysmic force that would have to be created by a gigantic object colliding with it, or at least coming very close to it.