A year on Saturn is equivalent to 10,832 Earth days, or over 29 Earth years. Saturn is about 793 million miles from Earth and, as the sixth planet, is 886 million miles from the sun. More »

Historically, scientists believed that it takes Saturn 10.656 hours to rotate on its axis or about 10 hours and 39 minutes. More recently, astronomers received satellite messages indicating that the length of Saturn's da... More »

Saturn is a mostly cold planet, with areas that reach temperatures as low as minus 270 F. There are some regions of the planet that feature temperatures of 80 F, but these remain unfriendly, having an extremely high atmo... More »

A day on Saturn is 10.7 hours, and a year is equivalent to 29 Earth years or 10,832 days. The length of the day is calculated from the planet's rotational speed, while scientists determine the length of a year by observi... More »

Saturn's revolution time is approximately 29.45 Earth years, or 10,755.7 Earth days. Saturn's orbit around the sun is approximately 886,488,415 miles in distance, making its orbit 9.54 times larger than that of Earth's. ... More »

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The length of Saturn's period of revolution, or year (the time it takes to complete a circle around the sun), is 29.46 Earth years. The length of the revolution period is so long due to Saturn being an average distance o... 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 »

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