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Saturn takes 29.5 Earth years to orbit the sun

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Saturn does NOT orbit the Earth ! It orbits the SUN every 29.5 years.



Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto (which has been reclassified as a dwarf planet but its orbit remains the same). There is speculation of a tenth planet beyond the orbit of Pluto, and if it exists it would also take more time than Saturn to orbit the sun.


Saturn takes about 30 years to go once around the Sun.


10.656 hours is how long it takes Saturn to rotate one time on its axis. That is the length of time for a 'day' on Saurn.


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.


Uranus takes 84 years to orbit the sun once.


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.


Saturn rotates on its axis once every 10 hours.


Saturn takes about 29.5 Earth years to orbit the Sun. This is a Saturn year.


Saturn completes one orbit around the Sun in 29.4571 years.


All of the planets inside of Saturns orbit.Thus Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and Jupiter


Saturn takes just under 29.5 years to orbit the Sun once.


It take 164 Earth years for Neptune to orbit around the sun once.


Saturn. This is untrue. Both Mercury and Venus have shorter orbits and therefore take less time to orbit the Sun, because they are the two planets closer to the Sun then Earth. Saturn is further from the Sun and takes much longer to orbit it.



That it orbits the Sun as a result of gravity. A year is the time it takes for a planet to orbit the sun, what we know as a 'year' is merely an Earth year which is the time it takes for the Earth to orbit the Sun. For instance, a Saturn year is the time it takes Saturn to orbit the sun.


The planet Saturn completes one revolution around the Sun in about 29.66 years.


If a satellite is in geosynchronous orbit, it will take the satellite 24 hours, a day, to orbit the Earth once. This is so because geosynchronous orbit is when a satellite orbit the Earth at such a time, that is is over the Earth at all times.


Halley's comet has a set orbit that takes it through the orbit paths of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune covering millions of miles. This takes some time.


A year is the time taken for a planet to orbit the sun. Therefore because it takes Mars and Saturn different amounts of time to orbit the sun we consider the length of their years to be different.


1 year on Saturn ( the time to orbit the Sun) is about 29.5 Earth years.



Saturn has a massive solar orbit duration as compared to Earth. Saturn requires 29-years to complete just one orbit of Sun. The longest period is that of Neptune requiring more than five times longer at 165-years. The shortest orbit period is that of Mercury at a short 88-days.


Earths orbit, is the time it takes to revolve around the Sun once.



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