What planet takes 637 days to rotate around the sun?
Mars is closest, with a orbital period of around 687 days.
URANUS TAKES EIGHTY FOUR DAYS TO ROTATE
Venus takes 243 Earth days to rotate on its axis .
Venus Venus takes 224 days to revolve, but 243 days to rotate. Mercury takes 88 days to revolve, yet only 58 days to rotate.
Mercury because that is how long it takes for it to rotate once on its axis. :)
The question is inconsistent. Rotation is the period a planet or moon rotates about its own axis. Revolution is the period a planet or moon revolves about its parent planet or sun. Mercury takes 88 Earth days to revolve about the Sun. It takes 59 Earth days to rotate about its own axis.
The planet Mercury takes about 58.6 Earth days to spin once on its axis.
Venus - taking 243 days to rotate once.
Each planet is different, due to size and distance from the sun. The Earth takes 365 days or 1 year to rotate.
it takes 365 days for the earth to go around the sun once.
The fastest planet around the Sun is Mercury, which takes 88 days to orbit. The planet with the fastest rotation is Jupiter, which takes 10 hours to rotate.
It depends which planet you mean - the Earth takes 23 hours & 56 minutes to rotate once.
Moon moves around the planet Earth in an orbit and rotates on its own axis. It takes moon around 28 days to move around the planet Earth. Normally, the moon takes around 27 days to rotate on its axis.
Venus. It takes about 243 Earth days to rotate once.
Mercury takes 59 earth days to make one full rotation around its axis.
The time it takes a planet to rotate (spin) on its own axis is called its day. Earth has a day of 24 hours. Jupiters is the smallest in the solar system at about 9 hours 55 minutes; Venus takes about 243 days to rotate once.
It takes Mercury just over 58 days to rotate on it's axis and 88 days to orbit the Sun
There is no planet that takes 25 days to rotate on its axis. However, the equator of the sun rotates in about 25 days. (Not all of the sun rotates at the same speed, it slows down as it gets closer to the poles. At the poles, the sun rotates in about 36 days, and in the middle it takes about 30 days.)
One revolution around the sun takes 248 Earth days for the dwarf planet, Pluto. It takes Pluto 6.5 Earth days to rotate.
It takes 686.93 earth days. That's 686 days, 22 hours, 19 minutes, and 12 seconds.
Mars. It has an orbital period of around 687 days or 1.88 earth years.
venus because it takes 243 days to rotate than the others planet
venus takes 243 earth days to complete one day. its days are actually longer than its years at it takes 225 earth days to orbit the sun.
A year is the time it takes a planet to rotate about its star and a 'day' is the time it takes a planet to rotate once on its axis. Thus as the Sun is a star the concept of a 'year' is irrelevant as it is at the centre of all rotation. In relation to 'day' however, the Sun does rotate on its axis, it takes 25.38 (Earth) days to rotate once at the… Read More
Neptune takes 16 hours 6 minutes and 36 seconds to rotate or spin once on its axis, or 0.67125 Earth days.
Mercury. Its takes around 58.65 days to rotate once on its axis relative to background stars.
It takes about 365 days or 1 year to rotate around the sun.
365.243 days -- if you're talking about days it takes for the earth to revolve around the sun. For any planet to rotate around its own axis takes one day -- one of that planet's days. The moon, for instance, is tide-locked to the Earth, so one lunar day is very close to the 28-Earth-day orbital period.
The planet Mercury, closest to the Sun, takes 58 days to rotate, which is a bit weird; Mercury's YEAR is only 88 days.
Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. Mercury orbits round the sun in about 88 earth days but takes 58 earth days to rotate once.
It takes the Moon the same time to rotate about its axis, as it takes the Moon for an orbit around Earth - about 27 1/2 days. It takes the Moon the same time to rotate about its axis, as it takes the Moon for an orbit around Earth - about 27 1/2 days. It takes the Moon the same time to rotate about its axis, as it takes the Moon for an orbit around… Read More
It takes Venus about 243 days to rotate once on its axis. This makes one day of Venus equal to 243 days on Earth.
Moon takes 27 days to rotate earth for one cycle.
Why does the planets always rotate? what is the temperataure of the planet mars? hoe long in earth days does it take mars to rotate around the earth? what is the size of the planet mars? could a human survive on the planet mars?
17 hours 14 mins and 24sec. So around 0.71 days - it rotates more rapidly than earth despite being a larger planet.
The planet Venus is the nearest planet to the Earth. It takes Venus approximately 243 Earth days to make one full rotation.
The sidereal day is the time it takes for a planet to rotate once. For Venus that's about 243 of our Earth days.
It takes 365.25 days, 1 year, for earth to revolve around the sun.
Mercury is the closest planet to the sun in our solar system, and orbits the Sun every 88 Earth days. Mercury is one of the four terrestrial inner planets (having a rocky body).
It takes the moon 27.3 days to rotate on its axis also it takes the number of days for it to have one orbit around the earth. for earth it takes 24 hours for it to rotate on its axis it takes 364 and 1/4 days to take an orbit around the sun.
It is Venus. Venus takes 224 earth days to orbit the Sun while it takes 243 days to rotate on its axis. that is strange.
It takes Mercury 58.65 earth days day to rotate so that would probly be the closest to 59-60 earth days
Twenty four hours, one day, represents the time it takes for planet Earth to revolve on its axis one complete time. It takes 365 days for the Earth to rotate around the sun.
Venus has the slowest rotational period of any planet in the solar system. It takes 243 Earth days for Venus to rotate once, meaning its day lasts longer than its year (224.7 Earth days).
At the equator, the sun takes 25.38 Earth days to rotate once. At the poles, it takes 34.3 Earth days to rotate once.
"Rotation" is when a planet or moon turns all the way around or spins on its axis one time. A "revolution" around the Sun takes about 365 days for Earth. Venus' revolution period is about225 Earth days. So, it takes Venus about 225 Earth days to "revolve around the Sun".
It takes pluto 248 earth days to rotate around the sun.
365 days The moon rotates around the EARTH (not the sun) and the Earth takes 365 days to rotate around the sun.
To revolve around the sun, it takes 88 days. To rotate on its own axis, it takes 58.6 days. One rotation takes 175.97 Earth days