The planets in our solar system all orbit (revolve) around the sun on a plane called the ecliptic plane but each of their individual orbits has a different perimeter ranging from small (which would be the closest to the sun) to big (which would be further away from the sun).
Sincehas the smallest perimeter of orbit, it is the closest planet to the sun and is thus more drawn by the suns gravitational force, both its small perimeter and strong gravitational pull make it revolve around the sun faster, and the bigger the planets orbital perimeter is the further away from the sun it is and the slower its orbit is.
No planets revolve around earth they revolve around the sun.
Yes, they do. The they take different times to get around the sun. In earth it is a year in another it is much more.
Because of factors like their mass and distance from the Sun
3.37 times (rounded)
The moon revolves around the Earth one time every twenty four hours, or in a day. In 92 days, the moon with revolve around the Earth 92 times.
The moon does not revolve around the Sun; it revolves around the Earth. One revolution takes a little under 29 days.
some times because we revolve in an elliptical orbit which is like the shape of an oval
in one day: once. in a year: 365 times.
I am sorry, but the moon does not "revolve around the moon".
It takes one full year for the Earth to revolve around the Sun once. So, that being said, in one month the Earth revolves around the Sun 1/12 times.
One year for planet Earth, different times for each of the other planets.
Once every 365 days.
Your question does not make sense.
Earth revolves around the Sun once per year.
sun does not revolve, the earth does
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.
Space shuttles are not designed to go to other planets, they stay in a near earth orbit, orbiting earth several times in a mission before returning back to earth. They don't really go far from our planet.
The relationship is not exact.