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Terrestrial planets and moons of both gaseous and terrestrial planets. Don't forget Dwarf planets and the asteroid belt.

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Items that orbit the Sun are satilites, rocks and other planets in the Milky Way.


There are several types of rocks trapped in the orbit of the sun. The most common type is referred to as an asteroid.



Mercury, Days to orbit sun = 87.97 Years to orbit sun= 0.24Venus, Days to orbit sun = 224.70 Years to orbit sun= 0.62Earth, Days to orbit sun = 365.26 Years to orbit sun= 1.00Mars, Days to orbit sun = 686.97 Years to orbit sun= 1.88Jupiter, Days to orbit sun = 4331.57 Years to orbit sun= 11.86Saturn, Days to orbit sun = 10759.22 Years to orbit sun= 29.46Uranus, Days to orbit sun = 30799.10 Years to orbit sun= 84.32Neptune, Days to orbit sun = 60190.00 Years to orbit sun= 164.79


Mercury, Days to orbit sun = 87.97 Years to orbit sun= 0.24Venus, Days to orbit sun = 224.70 Years to orbit sun= 0.62Earth, Days to orbit sun = 365.26 Years to orbit sun= 1.00Mars, Days to orbit sun = 686.97 Years to orbit sun= 1.88Jupiter, Days to orbit sun = 4331.57 Years to orbit sun= 11.86Saturn, Days to orbit sun = 10759.22 Years to orbit sun= 29.46Uranus, Days to orbit sun = 30799.10 Years to orbit sun= 84.32Neptune, Days to orbit sun = 60190.00 Years to orbit sun= 164.79


are you kidding me? The planets all orbit the sun, the sun does NOT orbit the sun.


The sun does not orbit the sun.


Mercury, Days to orbit sun = 87.97 Years to orbit sun= 0.24 Venus, Days to orbit sun = 224.70 Years to orbit sun= 0.62 Earth, Days to orbit sun = 365.26 Years to orbit sun= 1.00 Mars, Days to orbit sun = 686.97 Years to orbit sun= 1.88 Jupiter, Days to orbit sun = 4331.57 Years to orbit sun= 11.86 Saturn, Days to orbit sun = 10759.22 Years to orbit sun= 29.46 Uranus, Days to orbit sun = 30799.10 Years to orbit sun= 84.32 Neptune, Days to orbit sun = 60190.00 Years to orbit sun= 164.79



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


Mercury, Days to orbit sun = 87.97, Years to orbit sun= 0.24 Venus, Days to orbit sun = 224.70, Years to orbit sun= 0.62 Earth, Days to orbit sun = 365.26, Years to orbit sun= 1.00 Mars, Days to orbit sun = 686.97, Years to orbit sun= 1.88 Jupiter, Days to orbit sun = 4331.57, Years to orbit sun= 11.86 Saturn, Days to orbit sun = 10759.22, Years to orbit sun= 29.46 Uranus, Days to orbit sun = 30799.10, Years to orbit sun= 84.32 Neptune, Days to orbit sun = 60190.00, Years to orbit sun= 164.79


Do they? Usually electrons orbit an atom; planets orbit the Sun.Do they? Usually electrons orbit an atom; planets orbit the Sun.Do they? Usually electrons orbit an atom; planets orbit the Sun.Do they? Usually electrons orbit an atom; planets orbit the Sun.


Not all comets orbit the sun, although most do. When they do orbit the Sun their orbit tends to be oval.


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


The planets orbit the Sun. The Sun is at the center of our solar system and does not move.


Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.Planets have years based on the time it takes them to orbit the sun. The sun does not orbit itself, so it does not have a year.


No. Moons orbit planets which in turn orbit the sun.


Asteroids orbit the sun. Moons orbit planets and planets orbit the sun. So you could say the moons orbit the sun. However, moons are kept in their orbits by the gravity of their planet and planets are kept in orbit by the gravity of the sun. So in that sense, moons do not orbit the sun.


How does a comet orbit the sun?


Stars do not orbit the sun.


Between the orbit of Mars and Jupiter, there is the asteroid belt. This is made up of millions of small rocks that are in a direct orbit around the sun.


Between the orbit of Mars and Jupiter, there is the asteroid belt. This is made up of millions of small rocks that are in a direct orbit around the sun.


Most of the asteroids do orbit the Sun, in orbits between Mars and Jupiter. Mars and Jupiter are widely separated and it could be that the asteroids are rocks that failed to come together to from a planet in the way that the other planets did.


No. The planets orbit the Sun and the Sun orbits itself.


Yes. Asteroids orbit the sun.



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