8526 earth days.
24 earth days and a year on venus is 225 earth days
it takes about 999 eath days
Venus is about 2.32 light minutes from Earth, Jupiter is about 35 light minutes from Earth.
At its closest, Venus is about 4 light-MINUTES away. When Earth and Venus are on opposite sides of the Sun, it's more like 12 light-minutes.
It all depends on the speed of whatever you are flying with. And how close your destination is to you.
It takes about 224.7 Earth days for Venus to travel around the Sun. This is also known as Venus' period of revolution.
About 88 Earth days.
a long time!
The distance between Venus and Earth can be anything between 25.8 million and 160.2 million miles. The corresponding travel times at light speed are between 138 seconds and 860 seconds ... from 2min18sec to 14min20sec .
no it does not
Stope worrying about venus and get a life!
Which period - revolutionary period or rotational period? Obviously it's the time taken to orbit the Sun that's meant because the time Venus takes to rotate is much LONGER than Earth. Two reasons are: 1) Venus has a shorter orbital distance to travel. 2) Venus orbits at a higher speed.
Recently, a spacecraft flew or floated or whatever to Venus and it took 97 days to get there, a little over 3 months. IDK the speed. However, travel times to Venus vary depending on trajectory. Since the Earth and Venus are orbiting the sun, it is possible to choose from a wide variety of elliptical trajectories to reach Venus, with some using less fuel but taking longer, and others using more fuel but taking less time.
This would depend on your meathod of transportation and where Venus is when you decide to travel. Venus at it's closest point to earth is 40 million miles - so if you decide to walk - and time it so that you arrive when Venus is at it's closest point - you'd need to leave 1141.55 years in advance (walking at 4 MPH which is a pretty quick pace). Venus can be as far as 140 million miles away - so it would be advantagous to time it to where you get there when it is at it's closest point.
Venus : about 243 Earth days. Mercury about 58.65 Earth days.
No. Venus, Earth, and Mars formed around the same time, largely independent of one another.
About 243 Earth days.
Venus, most of the time.
Mercury is closest to the Earth for about 46% of the time, Venus for about 37% of the time and Mars for the remaining 17%.
according to my research, 243 earth days equals to 1 venus day, which is 5832 hours per day venus time, and also venus actually rotates in a reverse direction to that of earth,
There are about 225 Earth days in 1 year (time to orbit the Sun) on Venus. A "sidereal day" for Venus (rotation time) is about 243 Earth days. The "solar day" for Venus (based on the position of the Sun) is about 117 Earth days. This "day" depends on the orbital motion of a planet around the Sun, as well as its rotation time.
Venus is so similar to earth in size and weight that it is often called Earth's twin.
The rotation time on axis for Venus is 243 Earth days! So weird to ours!