Jupiter's orbital period around the sun in earth's days?
About 12 years.
Earths rotation period of 1.00 day Jupiter rotation period is 0.41 days Earths orbital period is 1.00 year Jupiters orbital period is 11.86 years
Jupiter has a period revolution (or orbital period) of 4331 Earth days.
It takes 11.86 Earth years for Jupiter to orbit the sun.
Jupiters years is about 12 earth years
About one and a half hours.
The speed the Earth travels around the Sun is 29.9 km/s. This is calculated by taking the Earths orbital circumference (942000000 km) and dividing by the orbital period (365 days)
Jupiter's orbital period is 4330.6 Earth days (approx. 24 hrs/day). However a Jupiter day is only about 10 hours so the period in Jupiters days would be 2.4 times as great.
Because Uranus is much further away from the Sun (which is what it orbits). The further a planet is from the sun, the longer its orbit.
Earths orbital period is approximately 365.256366 days, or just over a year. This slight excess is the reason we have leap years.
Mars, with a orbital period of around 687 days, almost two Earth years (which would be 730 days).
Orbital period is the time it takes a planet to go around its star once.
Ganymede's orbital period around Jupiter is 7.154 Earth days.
The orbital period of the moon [around the earth] is 27.321582 days.
Why is it possible for two satellites to circle the earth in orbits with identical period but different heights above the earths surface?
It is not, because the altitude of the orbit is related to the period. If two satellites have the same orbital period, then they have the same altitude.
Orbital period is 27 days 7 hours 43 min. It takes longer to complete a lunar month, from one phase back to the same phase, due to the earths progression around the sun during the month.
The orbital period is caused by the orbital speed, for instance: Earth's year is consistent of 365 days, but, if we were any slower our orbital period or year will be longer.
Jupiter's orbital period is about 4331.5 Earth days while earths is 365 days averagely. It is about 11.86 years so Jupiter has a year almost 12 times longer than earths.
The orbital period of the moon is 98 years.
The orbital period of Jupiter is 4332.71 days.
9.8 earth years
11.86 Earth years
Haumea's orbital period is 283 or 103,468 days
Quaoar's orbital period is 287.97 years or 105,101
2007or10's orbital period is 552.52 years
Orbital Period: 4331.572 Days 11.85920 Yr
Jupiter takes about 12 years to go once around the Sun.
Basically no! If you were to take an axis of 0 degrees to be completely vertical (in reference to the Earths orbital plane) then the Earths actual axis is 23.44 degrees (hence we have summer and winter) although this does vary over a 42 thousand year period between 22.1 degrees and 24.5 degrees.
Yes. T = (2pi / sqroot of GM) multiplied by the radius^3/2. A planets mass DOES NOT affect its orbital period. A planets radius DOES affect its orbital period.
What is the difference between the period of rotation of a planet and the orbital period of a planet around the sun?
period of rotation = day (24 hrs. only for Earth) orbital period = year (not 365.25 days only for Earth)
Makemake's orbital period is 309.88 years or 113,183 days
Eris' orbital period is 203,600 days, or 557 years.
Venus' orbital period is 0.616 Earth years.
Uranusus orbital period is 32.234 Earth days
Planet Neptune has a very long orbital period compared to Earth's. Neptune's orbital period is 60,190.03 days or almost 165 years.
LEO (Low-Earth Orbit) satellites have periods dependent on their orbital altitudes. The higher the orbit, the longer it takes. At the lowest stable orbits, the orbital period is around 90 minutes.
Pluto's orbital speed is 4.7 km/s which makes its orbital period 248.60 Earth years.
the orbital period of Saturn in earth years are 89years
Jupiter's orbital period is 12 Earth years.
Uranus' orbital period is 84 years.
The planet Jupiter has an orbital period of about 12 years.
Any speed = Distance/Time Orbital speed = Distance around the full orbit/Period of revolution For a circular orbit: Speed = 2 x (pi) x Orbital radius/Period of revolution
the best answer is 9 hours and 55 min.
A planet's orbital period is also known as its year.
a planet's orbital period. based off kepler's 3rd law (Wrong.) The planet's orbital radius. (Correct.)
Jupiter has a sidereal period of revolution around the sun of 11.86 years.
what is the term used for the orbital period of an object with respect to the stars?
If you mean the largest moon of the Neptune - its orbital period is -5.877 d (retrograde motion)
Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and has an orbital period of 88 Earth days. (Pluto in contrast has an orbital period of about 248 Earth years.)
Jupiter's orbital period is only 1.53% less than 1/7 the orbital period of Uranus.