How many days does a revolution take?
365.25 days A revolution or orbit is the time it takes for the earth to make one complete revolution around the sun. Time for one revolution = 365.25 days or one year.
Is orbit and revolution the same?
Answer: An orbit is essentially the motion of an object (be it a planet, a moon, a spacecraft) around a star, moon, or planet. Now a revolution is the movement of an object around an axis of rotation, or a centre, or another object. So the earth revolves around the sun, but the earth is also in orbit around the sun. Keeping this in consideration, how long is 1 year in space?
And another question, what planet is known as earth's twin?
Venus And yet in so many ways - size, density, chemical make-up - Venus is Earth's double. Is Saturn the only planet with a ring? Like fellow gas giant Jupiter, Saturn is a massive ball made mostly of hydrogen and helium. Saturn is not the only planet to have rings, but none are as spectacular or as complex as Saturn's. Saturn also has dozens of moons.
Then, do you think humans will ever walk on saturn?
The outer part of Saturn is made of gas and the very top layers have about the same pressure as the air does on Earth. So, if you tried to walk on this part of Saturn, you would sink through its atmosphere. Saturn's atmosphere is very thick and its pressure increases the deeper you go. Subsequently, does jupiter spin clockwise or counterclockwise? Jupiter's whirlwinds rotate opposite to the rotation of the planet, i.e. clockwise on the northern and anti-clockwise on the southern hemisphere. On Earth hurricanes rotate in the opposite sense.
And another question, do all planets spin counterclockwise?
Answer: Most of the objects in our solar system, including the Sun, planets, and asteroids, all rotate counter-clockwise. This is due to the initial conditions in the cloud of gas and dust from which our solar system formed.
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