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Answered 2009-12-18 15:02:18

The orbit of Venus is:

108,200,000 KM from the Sun.

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108,208,930 km (on average - the orbit is an ellipse)


It takes Venus 224.7 days to make one full orbit around the sun, and it has an average orbital velocity of 35.02 Km/s.


Venus' orbit keeps it about 107 million km to about 109 million km from the Sun. (67 million to 69 million miles)


Mercury, Days to orbit sun = 87.97, Years to orbit sun= 0.24, Average distance from sun in km = 57,909,175 Venus, Days to orbit sun = 224.70, Years to orbit sun= 0.62, Average distance from sun in km = 108,208,930 Earth, Days to orbit sun = 365.26, Years to orbit sun= 1.00, Average distance from sun in km = 149,597,890 Mars, Days to orbit sun = 686.97, Years to orbit sun= 1.88, Average distance from sun in km = 227,936,640 Jupiter, Days to orbit sun = 4331.57, Years to orbit sun= 11.86, Average distance from sun in km = 778,412,010 Saturn, Days to orbit sun = 10759.22, Years to orbit sun= 29.46, Average distance from sun in km = 1,426,725,400 Uranus, Days to orbit sun = 30799.10, Years to orbit sun= 84.32, Average distance from sun in km = 2,870,972,200 Neptune, Days to orbit sun = 60190.00, Years to orbit sun= 164.79, Average distance from sun in km = 4,498,252,900


around 108208930 km. But it changes as venus orbits the sun.


It rotates around the sun in an orbit which has an average distance of 57,600,000 km.


If Venus orbited 96% closer to the sun, it would orbit at an average distance of 2.69 million miles (4.33 million km).


There are two planets closer to the sun than the Earth: Venus and Mercury. Earth orbits at around 150,000,000 km from the sun. Venus is at 105,000,000 km and Mercury is at around 60,000,000 km.


around about 108,200,000 km



The earth travels around the sun in an elliptical orbit. The semi-major axis is 149,598,261 km, and the aphelion is 152,098,232 km. The perihelion is 147,098,290 kilometers.


Venus can get closer to the Earth and it can also get further away (when it is on the opposite side of the Sun in it's orbit). At closest approach Venus is about 41 million kilometers. At perihelion (point in orbit closest to the Sun) Earth is 147 million km from the Sun.


it rotates in an orbit around the sun about 57,910,000 km


Venus orbits the Sun at about 35.02 km/s or 126,072 kmh (78,337.5 mph)


In its orbit around the Sun, the Earth moves at about 30 km/sec.


Easily. The furthest distance from the Earth to the Moon is about 406,000 km. So the diameter of the orbit is around 812,000 km. The diameter of the Sun is 1,392,000 km. So the orbit of the Moon would fit inside the Sun with room to space.


Mercury goes around sun at 48 km/s


The speed of Earth is related to the position of its orbit around the Sun. At a higher speed, Earth would need to be closer to the Sun; at a lower speed, it would need to be farther from the Sun. In its current orbit, Earth moves around the Sun at a speed of about 30 km/second. Earth can't get much closer to the Sun (and therefore move faster) than that; for instance, Venus moves around the Sun at a mean speed of about 35 km/second, and it seems that Venus is too close to the Sun for life.


Mercury's orbit around the sun is approx 364 million km long.


Uranus's orbit would be at 71,352,000 miles (114,830,000 km), just past the orbit of Venus.


The perihelion of a planet is the closest distance it comes to the sun during orbit. Venus's perihelion is 107,477,000 km.


The distance from Earth to Sun is 150 million km; therefore, the diameter of the orbit is twice this number.


Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. It is 58 million km. from the Sun & takes only 88 Earth days to orbit the Sun


The distances between the planets varies as they all orbit the sun at different rates, so will be in constantly changing positions relative to each other. The closest that mercury gets to Venus is around 38 million km, using venus' distance from sun minus mercurys aphelion (furthest point from sun).


As with all planets Venus' orbit is slightly elliptical, at the closest point (Perihelion) Venus is 107,476,259 KM from the Sun, at the farthest point (Aphelion) it is 108,942,109 KM from the Sun.On average Venus is approximately 67.2 million miles or 108.2 million kilometers away from the Sun.In other units, it would be 0.723 AU or 6.01 light minutes or 0.0000114 light years.Mean distance of 108,208,930 kmMaximum Distance 108,942,109 kmMinimum Distance 107,476,259 km