11 years 317 days 14 hours 30 minutes and 28,8 sekunds
Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system after Jupiter.
Ceres is the largest of the asteroids, in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Originally, astronomers thought it was the "missing planet" between Mars and Jupiter, but more observations revealed that there were a great many objects in that region. In 2006, the International Astronomical Union defined a "planet" for the first time, and came up with a definition of "dwarf planet" that included Pluto and Ceres. With conventional rocket engines, it would take about 3 years to reach Ceres.
Jupiter's orbit takes 4331.6 days approx.
The Earth's moon takes 27 days to orbit the earth (lunar cycle.) The moons of Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus all have different times.
16.7 earth days
If the planet was exactly in between Mars and Jupiter, it would take 3645.029 days.
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The planet Jupiter takes 4,332.71 days to orbit the Sun. That's 11.86 years.
It takes Jupiter approximately 12 years to orbit the sun.
About 9 hours and 50 minutes, is the time for Jupiter to rotate once.
About an hour.
It takes 164.79 earth years.
That would totally depend on how fast you were going. The Galileo spacecraft took six years to get to Jupiter going thousands of miles per hour.
Jupiter has 2.5x Earths gravity, so it will be very hard to fly out of Jupiter from the strong gravitational pull.
Jupiter: it's the largest.
Assuming you were "driving", at the equator, which is ludicrous on a gas planet, but for the sake of humour, at 100mph - a reckless speed on Earth, but on Jupiter where no other drivers are around is quite safe. The circumference of Jupiter is about - it's a gas planet so it will vary - 279,118 miles. So at 100mph to cover this distance would take - forgetting fuel or "pit" stops - 116.3 days.