How Fast Does Jupiter Spin?


Jupiter spins the fastest out of all the planets and it spins on its axis. The average rotation is 9.9 hours. It has a equatorial rotation velocity of 12.6 m/sec or 28,150 mph.
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Jupiter makes one full rotation in a little under 10 hours.
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Jupiter rotates at an equatorial rotation velocity of 12.6 km/s or 45,300 km/h. This planet's rotation is considered to be the fastest among all the planets in the Solar System.
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