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2012-12-11 03:27:05
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Neptune is farther from the sun in comparison to Saturn, so it has a longer orbit rotation


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Any planet further away from the Sun: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

Saturn is further from the sun than Mars. Which planet takes longer to orbit the Sun?

All those planets which lie outside (relative to the sun) earth's orbit will take longer than earth (1 year) to orbit the sun. Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune

Mar, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

Neptune's orbit is further from the sun than is the Earth's orbit. The path around the sun that Neptune follows is therefore longer, so it takes Neptune more time to orbit the sun than the Earth requires.

Saturn takes longer than Venus to orbit the Sun because its orbit is much larger, so there is more distance to travel to complete one revolution. In addition, Saturn moves slower along its orbit than Venus does along its own orbit.

it take Triton about 6 days to orbit Neptune

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.

Neptune is not in orbit around the earth, it is in orbit around the sun. Neptune takes 164.29 earth-years to orbit the sun.

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.

Plutos Orbits length is unusually longer than other planets orbits.But its width is shorter than Neptunes orbit. So at one point in Plutos orbit it is closer to the sun than Neptune. Its estimated time to orbit is around 250 years

Neptune's orbit is about 30 times farther from the sun than Earth's is, so that means it has to travel about 30 times farther to complete one orbit. Additionally, the strength of an object's gravity (such as the sun) decreases with distance. The Sun's gravity at Neptune's orbit is about 900 times weaker than it is at Earth's orbit. This means that Neptune orbits at a slower speed, about 5.5 times slower. So, if Neptune has an orbit about 30 times longer than Earth and travels about 5.5 times slower, it would take about 165 times longer to orbit the sun, and one orbit of Neptune does indeed take about 165 Earth years.

Saturn does not orbit the earth. It orbits the sun.

Planets closer to the sun than Earth orbit the sun in less than one year (Mercury and Venus), while planets further out from the sun than Earth take longer than a year (Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune). The further out you go, the longer it takes to orbit the sun.

It takes Neptune 247.9 earth years to orbit the sun.

The sun does not orbit Saturn. Saturn orbits the sun.

Saturn, years to orbit sun= 29.46Uranus, years to orbit sun= 84.32Neptune, years to orbit sun= 164.79

why does it take 30 earth years for saturn to orbit the sun ?

Saturn has various moons, that take different times to orbit it.

Neptune needs 165 years to orbit the sun once.

It takes Neptune 60,190 Earth days to orbit the Sun.

How many days does it take Saturn the planet to orbit the sun? How many days does it take Saturn the planet to orbit the sun?

if you mean neptune, then yes. the year would be a lot longer because neptune is alot further from the sun than the earth. so therefore, neptune will take longer to orbit the sun than the earth.

Never. The sun does not orbit Neptune. Neptune orbits the sun every 165 Earth years (60,190 days).

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