Jupiter's period of revolution around the sun is approximately 11.86 Earth years, which comes out to around 4,332 days. This revolution period is due to Jupiter's average orbit distance of 483.5 million miles. By compari... More »

The mass of Jupiter is estimated using a mathematical formula of Kepler's Third Law, which states gravity pulls the same on all planetary objects. A formula for calculating mass takes the distance of an orbit cubed divid... More »

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Jupiter's revolution time is 11.86 Earth years, or 4,332 days. The planet's lengthy revolution time is due to its distance from the sun. In addition to being further away from the sun than Earth, Jupiter has a different ... More »

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Neptune has the longest period of revolution around the sun at 165 Earth years. In contrast, Earth's period of revolution is 365.2 days, the time measured as one year. More »

Jupiter's revolution time is 11.86 Earth years, or 4,332 days. The planet's lengthy revolution time is due to its distance from the sun. In addition to being further away from the sun than Earth, Jupiter has a different ... More »

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Uranus' period of revolution around the sun is 84 years, or 30,685 days. This means one year on Uranus equals 84 Earth years. A revolution in astronomy is the movement of one celestial body completely around another cele... 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 »