What is Neptune's orbital period around the sun?
A fraction over once. Neptunes orbital period is 164.79 years.
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 has a sidereal period of revolution around the sun of 11.86 years.
With respect to the sun, the moon's orbital period is the same as the earth's ... 365.24 days, averaged over several years.
At what distance from the Sun would a planet's orbital period be 3 million years?
Pluto's orbital speed is 4.7 km/s which makes its orbital period 248.60 Earth years.
About how many times will mercury revolve around the sun while the earth revolves around the sun once?
Earth's orbital period is 365 days while Mercury's orbital period is 88 days, so: 365/88=4.15
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)
About 12 years.
Approx 88 days.
The square of the orbital period of a planet around the sun is proportional to the cube of the planet's orbital radius?
Yes, spot on, good guess . .
It takes 11.86 Earth years for Jupiter to orbit the sun.
It takes Saturn 29.45 years (or 10,759 days) to orbit the Sun. Astronomers call the length of time an object takes to go around the Sun its orbital period. So the orbital period of Saturn is 29.45 years.
That is that planet's "year", or its orbital period.
How do you get the ratio of earth's orbital period about the sun to the earth's period of rotation about its own axis?
Orbital period = 365 days Rotation period = 1 day Ratio 365:1
At an average orbital distance about 27 times the Earth's distance from the sun, Uranus revolves around the sun with a period of 84.3 Earth years, with an orbital eccentricity of 0.0444 (rounded).
The Earth and Moon orbit the Sun together, a short distance apart compared with the size of the orbit. So, the Moon's orbital period is more or less identical with the Earth's. That's about 365.25 Earth days.
The orbital period of Mars is equal to about 1.88 Earth years.
Almost exactly 88 Earth days.
Venus' orbital period is 224.7 earth days.
It is the objects orbital period.
The sun orbits around the center of the galaxy. The orbital period is approximately 235 million years.
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The orbital period (i.e. one orbit of the Sun) for Uranus is 30,799.095 Earth days or 84.323326 Earth years.
The Jupiter orbital period in Earth years is 11.85920. In days that would be 4,331.572. That would be at the orbital speed of 13.07 kilometers per second. it takes Jupiter 12 earth years to orbit around the sun
A planet's trip once around the Sun is called one orbital period, or one planetary year.
A year (or orbital period) is defined as the period it takes a planet to orbit the Sun.
Puto's period of orbital revolution around the sun is 248 earth years. Since its discovery, it has covered a little less than 1/3rd of one complete orbital revolution.
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)
neptunes orbit time of the sun is 164.79 years to orbit the sun neptunes orbit time of the sun is 164.79 years to orbit the sun
224.7 earth days or you can say 225 earth days
Makemake's orbital period is 310 Earth years.
No. But a solar day (sunrise to sunrise) is longer than its orbital period -- in fact it is exactly twice as long. Due to Mercury's 3:2 spin-orbit resonance, a solar day (the length between two meridian transits of the Sun) lasts about 176 Earth days. The orbital period around the sun is about 88 days. A sidereal day (the sidereal period of rotation), lasts about 58.7 Earth days.
The orbital period of Jupiter is 11.86 years. It orbits the Sun at a radius of 5.2 AU and travels at a speed of about 13.07 kilometers per second.
Neptune, the farthest planet from the Sun
Not 'rotation', but orbital 'revolution' around the sun. The quantity (square of the time to complete one orbital revolution) / (cube of the longest dimension across the orbit) is the same number for every object in orbit around the sun.
Plutos path around the Sun is more elongated than the other planets, so elongated that it is closer to the Sun than Neptune for about 20 years of its 248-year orbital period.
Mars is closest, with a orbital period of around 687 days.
Mars' period of revolution in its orbit around the sun is 1.88 earth years (687 earth days).
Not at all. The only thing that sets the orbital period is the semimajor axis, which is the average of the maximum and minimum distances from the Sun.
The orbital period of Mars is 686.971 days.
The orbital period of Saturn is about 29.45 Earth years.
Venus' orbital period is 224.7 earth days.
Sedna is thought to take around 11,400 years to complete one orbit of our sun.
That appears to the orbital period of Earth around the Sun, but I think the digits past 365.25 are not correct.
Eris orbital period is around 557 years.
Saturn. Its orbital period of the sun is around 29.4 years.
Mercury is the closest known planet to the sun, in terms of its average orbital distance. It's also the one with the highest speed in its orbit, and the one with the shortest period of revolution or 'year'. Mercury's average distance from the sun: 36 million miles (58 million km) Average orbital speed: 29.7 miles (47.9 km) per second Period of revolution around the sun: 88 earth days
The orbit of Saturn takes much longer than the orbit of Earth. How much longer? It takes Saturn 29.45 years (or 10,759 days) to orbit the Sun. Astronomers call the length of time an object takes to go around the Sun its orbital period. So the orbital period of Saturn is 29.45 years.
Mars, with a orbital period of around 687 days.