What planet has the greatest similarity between the length of its day and the length of its year?
The "day" (rotation period or sidereal day) is longer than the year!
Venus Sidereal day: 243 Earth days.
Venus Year: 224.7 Earth days.
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Both asteroids and planets are objects that orbit the sun.
They're both spheres and are both in a solar system...other than that...not much!
They both orbit a larger object. Planets orbit stars, moons orbit planets.
i .The difference is they are much much smaller. ii. The similarity is that they have moons.
Describe the relationship between a planets distance from the Sun and the length ofa a season on that planet?
Two planets are at their greatest separation when they are on opposite sides of the Sun. When a planet is at its greatest separation from the Earth the planet is said to be at superior conjunction. It cannot be seen until it has separated out from the Sun, which usually takes a few weeks at least.
Which planet experiences the greatest change between its actual day temperature and actual night temperatures?
Is there a relationship between the length of a planet's year and the distance of that planet from the sun?
yes because it depends on how far away it is from the sun and how far the planet i from the sun
Greatest Gravity In our solar system, the planet with the greatest gravity is Jupiter. and lowest gravity planet is Mercury. (Pluto's gravity is lower than that of Mercury, but Pluto is no longer considered a planet.) Jupiter.
what factor determines the length of each planet
It depends on what type of planet it is.... which one is it?
Mercury has the greatest temperature extremes of and planet.
what is the characteristic in length of the planet biyo?
Is there a relationship between the length a planets year and the distance of that planet from the sun?
Yes. It is similar to the distance of a circumferance of a circle and its radius.
Yes; the faster the planet rotates, the shorter its day will be.
WELL THE LENGTH OF THE DAY IS RELATED TO THE Rotation AND REVOLUTION OF THE PLANET BECAUSE THE PLANET HAS LENGTH BUT IT MIGHT NOT HAVE THE SAME THING AS OUR LENGTH AND IT HAS THE SAME ROTATION AND REVOLUTION.WHAT DO YOU YOUNG GUYS AND LADIES THINK ABOUT MY ANSWER ?PLEASE COMMENT ON IT I WILL APPROACHED THAT BY.
Venus is the brightest celestial body in the earth's night sky. Venus is the planet with the greatest visual magnitude.
Within our Solar System, Neptune, the furthest planet from the Sun has the greatest distance to travel.
Jupiter has the greatest gravitational force because it also has the greatest mass.
mercury has the greatest orbital inclination
Mercury the closest planet to the sun. by Dres(:
in the above mentioned, the sun is not a planet so it is out of the choices. the planet that has the greatest mass is Jupiter and it is the biggest planet in the solar system.
If you mean revolution on it axis (spin/day length) rather than orbital period, then the answer is the planet Mercury, where time between sunrises is roughly 176 Earth days.
the year length of planet is 87.9 days
Mass does not change when one is traveling between planets, because mass is the measure of how much mater there is.
The planet in our solar system with the greatest mean density is Earth (5.515 grams per cubic centimeter).
The planet that has the greatest attraction to the sun is Mercury because of its close proximity. It experiences the strongest gravitational pull from the Sun.
Mercury does the greatest number of revolutions, Neptune has an orbit with the greatest radius.
Because of the difference in speed of rotation of each planet.
Take the length of the planet's orbit, divide it by the speed at which the planet is orbiting and VOILA! The "year."
The only similarity I can glean from your poor question is that they are "terrestrial" -- they have solid ground to position on.
NGC 3079 is a galaxy, not a planet.
Mercury, cause it has no atmosphere and its the closest planet to Sun.
Mercury, because the closer the planet, the faster it moves.
Jupiter has the greatest mass relative to Earth.
The Earth has the greatest average density, of all the planets.
it is Jupiter
A year is the time it takes for a planet to revolve around the Sun. Since every planet is at a different distance away from the Sun, the length of one year is different for each planet.
The greatest difference in seasons will occur on a planet that has a circular orbit. This is because winds are created this way.