The planet Uranus takes about 84 Earth years or 30,660 Earth days to make a full orbit around the sun. Days on Uranus last 17 hours, which is the amount of time it takes for the ice giant to make a complete rotation on i... More »

Uranus has a mean radius of 25,362 kilometers. It is the seventh planet from the sun and orbits the Earth's sun. A day on Uranus lasts about 17 hours. More »

Uranus orbits about 1.8 billion miles away from the sun. Because its orbit is elliptical in shape, the distance varies from 1.7 billion miles to 1.89 billion miles, depending upon where the planet is in its orbit. More »

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According to NASA, Neptune makes a complete orbit around the sun in 60,190 Earth days, which is approximately 165 Earth years. This equates to one year on Neptune. More »

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Uranus follows an elliptical orbit around the sun that takes 84.3 Earth years to complete. The length of a planet's year is determined by its distance from the sun. Uranus travels at an average distance from the sun of j... More »

The planet Venus takes 224.7 Earth days to complete a single orbit of the sun. Venus is unique in that it rotates along its axis in the opposite direction of the other planets. More »

The planet Mars completes its orbit of the sun in just under 687 Earth days. Mars orbits the sun much further away than Earth, and its longer year results from having to travel a greater distance. More »