The wind speed on Mercury is zero. Mercury has almost no atmosphere, it is too thin for wind.
There is no wind on Mercury as there is no atmosphere.
The wind speed on Mercury is zero. Mercury has almost no atmosphere.
Of what? orbit: Mercury spin: Jupiter wind: Neptune
There is no wind speed in Mercury because it doesn't have an atmosphere.
The speed of the Sun's solar wind is approximately 400 km/sec or 900,000 miles per hour. In comparison the solar escape velocity is 680 km/sec, and the speed of light is 300,000 km/sec.
mercury is so small that its feeble gravity can only hold on to wisps of gas and solar wind.
because its blown away bye solar wind
Mercury has the fastest orbital speed, since it is the closest to the sun. The further out you go, the slower the orbital speed.
Wind of some sort occurs on every planet in the solar system except for Mercury, which essentially has no atmosphere.
All planets with the possible exception of Mercury (which doesn't have much of an atmosphere) have wind.
That depends on the speed of the solar wind (it changes) but while light takes about 8 mins to reach earth the Solar wind can take from 2-3 days.
The fastest moving planet in out solar system is Mercury, which is named after the roman god of speed.
Neptune's winds are the fastest in the solar system they go at a speed of 2000km/h. They are the fastest in our solar system and maybe even in the entire galaxy.
Solar flares can increase solar wind.
Solar flares from the sun produce bursts of solar wind, but solar wind is constantly streaming out from the sun.
Mercury is in the same solar system that we are in.
Yes. Solar flares emit powerful pulses of solar wind in addition to the continuous solar wind that happens with or without them.
Mercury doesn't have any wind
The fastest wind speed recorded on Neptune was 1,500mph which was the greatest storm wind but its usual wind speed is 1,400mph. Neptune's winds are the fastest winds in the solar system. The wind speed can reach to 2.200 km/hour, which is faster than the Great Red Spot of Jupiter.
If you mean within our Solar System: Mercury, since it is closest to the Sun.
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