Is a day in Venus's longer then its year?
Yes and no. It depends on which "day" you mean.
Venus rotates very slowly on its axis. A "sidereal day" (rotation period) is about 243 Earth days.
There's also the "solar day". That depends on the apparent movement of the Sun around the sky. The orbital motion of Venus around the Sun combines with the rotation of Venus to give a solar day length of about 117 Earth days.
A "year" on Venus is about 225 Earth days. That's the time to orbit the Sun.
That means the sidereal day is longer than the year, but the solar day is shorter than the year.
Venus "sidereal day" is longer than its year. Mercury's "solar day" is longer than its year. However, there is no planet in our solar system with a day longer than our year on Earth.
Yes. In fact, Venus has a longer day than its year.
1 year is longer than 1 day
A year on Mercury (88 days) is longer than a day on Mercury (58 days).
The year (about 225 Earth days) is longer than the solar day (about 117 Earth days).
All planets have a year longer than a day on Earth. (This is a transposition of the related question below.)
Venus. That's the "sidereal day" (rotation period). However, Venus has a "solar day" that's shorter than its year. Mercury is the planet with a "solar day" that's longer than its year.
the farther away from the sun the day must be longer.
The shortest day of the year is December 21, after which the days begin to gradually get longer.
All planet's years are longer than their days except for Venus. You probably meant to ask which planet's day is longer than its year, and the answer is Venus.
Venus has a day longer than a year. Its day (243 Earth days) is 18 Earth days longer than its year (225 Earth days). 2gv ?z'\ q\'b.;hj',k;
days don't get longer only daylight gets longer in the summer
Yes - a prime example is the planet Venus... Its 'day' is 243 Earth days, and it's 'year' is 225 Earth days, meaning a day on Venus is longer than it's year !
Venus. The year is 224 days, the "day" is 243 days.
A leap year is 1 day longer. Mathematically it's 1/365th longer than a regular year.
On the planet Venus - it takes longer for Venus to make one rotation than it does for it to go around the sun once, so Venus' day is LONGER than it's year. Imagine that?
That depends entirely on where you live. In the northern hemisphere, June 21 is the longest day of the year and the further north you live, the longer the day will be. In the southern hemisphere, the longest day of the year is December 21 and the further south you live the longer the day will be!
Not a problem. All it takes is that the planet's time to spin on its axis (its "sidereal day" length) is longer than its period of revolution around the Sun (its year).
There are different definitions for day, but on average the Martian day is 38 minutes longer than the Earth day.
One interesting fact about Venus is that a day on Venus is actually longer than a year on Venus. A Venusian day lasts 243 days, and a year is 224 days. That means that the day on Venus is 19 days longer than the year.
a day is shorter than month and a year is longer than both day and month
365 days unless its a leap year which is a day longer.
The longest day of the year is June 21 in the UK.
All of the planets (except Mercury and Venus) have a year that is longer than their day. (This is a transposition of the related question below.) *See the related question for Mercury and Venus
venus one day is 243 earth days and a year is 225 earth days
its day is longer than its year
yes when its on other planets ,it can be.
No two planets in our solar system have the same length of day or length of year. Compared with Earth, these planets have longer years: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. These have much longer days than Earth: Mercury and Venus. Mars has a day that's slightly longer than Earth's day. Depending on the particular definition of "day" that is used, two planets have a day that's longer than than that planet's year. They are Mercury… Read More
No. A day on Mars is just a little bit longer than a day on Earth.
one day because the hours is 224
Today was the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere, the shortest day of the year. From now on until June 21, the days will be a little longer each day. The day-to-day difference depends on your latitude and the date. In the middle latitudes and for the next week or so, each day will be a few seconds longer. After that, the days get longer faster each day until the equinox on March 21, at… Read More
Venus has a rotation period (which is one definition of a "day") that's longer than its year (the time to orbit the Sun).
when its on mars (2.135 Julian years)
Yes, that is the case on Venus
They only get longer between December 21 and June 21. For the other half of the year, they get shorter. -- Just after December 21 and just before June 21, they get longer very slowly ... only a small difference between one day and the next. -- Around March 21, they get longer fast ... many minutes' difference between one day and the next. EDIT: The length of the day differs by 4 minutes… Read More
None of the months are shorter, February is one day longer, as is the year.
The length of year on Venus is 224.7 Earth days. The length of day is 243 Earth days. I am stumped as to why the day is longer than the year. Kinda makes you wonder, doesn't it?
Venus. The "day" (rotation period or sidereal day) is longer than the year! Venus Sidereal day: 243 Earth days. Venus Year: 224.7 Earth days.
It has one more day than the other years.
A year is longer. Since the moon is caught by the earths gravity, it takes the same amount of time to circle the sun. An apparent day on the moon, sunrise to the following sunrise, takes 29.5 days, around a month.
Venus. The year is about 225 Earth days and the "sidereal" day is 243 Earth days. Or, the answer could be Mercury. Its year is 88 Earth days and "solar day" about 176 Earth days.
A year on Mars is the same as 1.88 earth years. A day on Mars is slightly longer than a day on Earth.
yes it is because it is closer to the sun but it day is actually 243 earth days and so its day is longer than its year.
A day on Venus is about 243 Earth days whereas a year on Venus is 224 Earth Days
sometimes not even one a venusian day is longer than its year
Leap Year adds one day to February. That makes Winter and the whole year a day longer, but it has no effect on the length of Spring, Summer, or Autumn.
There isn't one, in our solar system.
PROS: Longer weekends CONS: Longer school year Less vacation time
WAY longer. A "day" on Venus is actually longer than the year there; the year is 224 Earth days while the rotational period is 243 Earth days. Perhaps "day" isn't the correct term! Edit : Yes "day" is the right term, but the technical name is a "sidereal day". However there's also another definition called the "solar day".This takes into account the planet's orbital motion as well as its rotation period. For Venus the solar… Read More
No. Fiscal year refers to a 365 day period other than a calendar year.