The Earth completes a rotation around the sun, known as an orbit, in 365.24 days. Earth is located an average of 92.96 million miles from the sun, varying between the closest distance of 91.40 million miles and the furth... More »

The Sun does not revolve around the Earth; instead, the Earth orbits the Sun one time per year. Each orbit takes 365.256 days. Each of Earth's rotations takes one day. More »

Rotation refers to the Earth’s spin around its internal axis, while revolution refers to the Earth’s orbital motion around the sun. The Earth rotates on its axis once every 24 hours and revolves around the sun once every... More »

When the Earth makes an orbit around the sun, NASA refers to it as a revolution. It takes Earth 365.25 days to make a complete revolution around the sun. More »

One year on Neptune is equal to around 165 Earth years or 60,190 Earth days, which is the amount of time it takes the planet to complete its orbit around the sun. Days on Neptune last about 16 hours, which is 8 hours les... More »

It takes roughly 365 days, or 1 year, for the Earth to complete its orbit around the Sun. Although it is an elliptical orbit, it is almost circular, so there is only a slight difference between the closest and farthest p... More »

It takes the planet Neptune about 165 Earth years or 60,190 Earth days to fully orbit the sun, which is equal in time to 1 year on Neptune. Neptune is the eighth planet in the solar system and is around 2.8 billion miles... More » Science Astronomy Planets