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2 hours and 40 minutes on Earth.

Q: How much is 5 minutes on Jupiter?

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Using the figures provided, Jupiter is an average of 5 AU distant from the sun.

The light minutes is the amount of time (in minutes) it takes the energy (light) from the sun to travel to a planet. Jupiter has 43.3 light minutes

The polar rotational period of Jupiter is 9 hours, 55 minutes, 40.6 seconds. The equatorial rotational period is 9 hours, 50 minutes, 30 seconds.

At its closest, Jupiter is 588.42 million kilometers from Earth, or 32.7 light minutes. At its furthest, with Jupiter on the far side of the Sun form Earth, Jupiter is 53.8 light minutes away.

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Using the figures provided, Jupiter is an average of 5 AU distant from the sun.

The light minutes is the amount of time (in minutes) it takes the energy (light) from the sun to travel to a planet. Jupiter has 43.3 light minutes

The polar rotational period of Jupiter is 9 hours, 55 minutes, 40.6 seconds. The equatorial rotational period is 9 hours, 50 minutes, 30 seconds.

it takes 9 hours and 56 minutes.

There are 300 minutes in 5 hours

Jupiter rotates in about 9 hours and 50 minutes.

At its closest, Jupiter is 588.42 million kilometers from Earth, or 32.7 light minutes. At its furthest, with Jupiter on the far side of the Sun form Earth, Jupiter is 53.8 light minutes away.

Mercury: 5 7/8 light minutes Venus: 3 1/4 light minutes Mars: 4 light minutes Jupiter: 34 light minutes Saturn: 68 light minutes Uranus: 128 light minutes Neptune: 232 light minutes

55 minutes

31.7 light minutes

5 minutes is 300 seconds. It is one twelfth of an hour.

It takes 9hr and 55 minutes for Jupiter to rotate on its axis.