How Fast Does Jupiter Rotate?


In spite of how enormous Jupiter is, it is rotating very fast on its axis. It only takes 9.56 hours for Jupiter to complete a rotation in comparison to the 24 hours it takes the Earth.
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Jupiter takes about 9 hours 56 minutes to do one full rotation, compared to 24 hours here on Earth which means it is travelling at 12.6 km/s.
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