Its the only "planet" to travel inside and outside the orbit of another planet
Pluto's unusual orbit causes it to travel inside Neptune's orbit.
yes, the further a planet is from the sun, the greater the distance it has to travel to make one orbit.
When you travel around the Sun or a planet, due to gravitational attraction, it is called an "orbit". It is also a "revolution" around the Sun or planet.
Gravity keeps a planet in orbit. Inertia tries to make the planet move in a straight line. The balance between the two makes the planet orbit a sun.
The planet Neptune crosses the orbit of Pluto in an elliptic orbit
The Planet orbit the sun the moon orbit the planet
Comets don't orbit a planet, they orbit the sun.
No, Venus does not orbit a planet. It orbits a star, which is our Sun. It can not orbit a planet , if it did it would be a moon
no, the planet travels faster when it is closer to the sun and slower when it is farther away
Venus is the planet with the closest orbit to that of Earth.
A planet is a planet that has a normal orbit. A dwarf planet is a planet that has an irregular orbit.
As planets are found in orbits further out from the Sun, these will take longer to complete an orbit - basically they have further to travel to complete an orbit. However to stay in orbit they do not have to travel as fast (to stay in orbit) as planets closer to the Sun. This is because the force of gravity falls of with the square of the distance the two bodies are apart. The Suns outermost planet is Neptune (Pluto is no longer a planet) and it takes 164 Earth years to orbit the Sun!
The plane with the smallest orbit is Mercury, and the planet with the largest orbit is Neptune.
Planets orbit stars, not other planets. A planet-like object that orbits a planet is a moon.
Neptune is the outermost planet, and is farthest from Earth's orbit.
Neptune intersects with Plutos orbit.
A planet has an elliptical shaped orbit. It orbits with a constant angular speed, but a varying linear speed.
no because stars can orbit each other
an object in orbit around a planet