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2009-04-26 00:57:17
2009-04-26 00:57:17

We generally do not know "why" many things are the way that they are.

Saturn rotates once in about 10 hours. We don't know why. It just IS.


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It takes Saturn about 10.7 Earth hours to make one full rotation around its axis.

A planet's day is the time it takes the planet to rotate or spin once on its axis. Saturn rotates faster than Earth so a day on Saturn is shorter than a day on Earth. A day on Saturn is 10.656 hours long.

Well technically it does not take a day to rotate once... it normally takes it 10 hours and 14 min exact to rotate around its axis

it take 10 hours and 14 minutes to rotate on its axis

Saturn rotates in about 10 and a half hours.

It has a rapid rotation of 10.6 hours.

It takes 29.46 Earth years for Saturn to revolve once around the sun and 10 hours for it to rotate once on its axis.

Saturn rotates quickly on its axis.Each day is only 10.67 Earth hours long. Saturn moves around the sun at an average speed oF34,812 per hour.

For Earth to rotate 60° will take four hours. Ish.Earth takes 24 hours (approximately) to rotate a full 360°. 60° is 1/6 of this, so divide the full 24 hours by 6 to get 4 hours.

For Earth to rotate 360 degrees is 23 hours and 56 minutes.

The rotation period of Neptune is 16.1 earth hours.

dont you mean why does the earth take 23 hours and 56 minutes to rotate.

It takes about 10 hours and 32 minutes.

It takes 23 hours 56 minutes for the Earth to rotate exactly once.

It takes about 11 earth hours for juipiter to rotate on its axis

It takes Saturn roughly 10 hours and 32-34 minutes to do a full rotation.

At the equator, Saturn has a rotational period of 10 hours 14 minutes. At the poles, it has a rotational period of 10 hours 38 minutes 25 seconds.

Saturn's period of rotation is 10 hours and 14 minutes.

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