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Q: Saturns time needed to rotate on it's axis?

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The moon has an axis, and as the moon orbits the Earth, it keeps the same face toward the earth. So the moon rotates on its axis the same length of time it takes to rotate the earth -28 days.

It takes the Moon the same time to rotate about its axis, as it takes the Moon for an orbit around Earth - about 27 1/2 days.It takes the Moon the same time to rotate about its axis, as it takes the Moon for an orbit around Earth - about 27 1/2 days.It takes the Moon the same time to rotate about its axis, as it takes the Moon for an orbit around Earth - about 27 1/2 days.It takes the Moon the same time to rotate about its axis, as it takes the Moon for an orbit around Earth - about 27 1/2 days.

One day.

Mars takes only a few minutes longer than the Earth to rotate on its axis.

It is about half an earth day. The exact time is 0.41354 earthreal days.

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