How Long Does It Take for the Earth to Go Round the Sun Once?

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The earth takes one year or 365 ¼ days to orbit or go around the sun completely. The earth rotates around the sun along a circular path that is known as the orbit. The moon also travels on a circular path, but this time around the earth, a process which takes 28 days.
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365 days.
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It takes 365.256366 days = 1.0000175 yr for the Earth to make 1 round around the Sun. Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth
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It theoraticlly depends how fast it is. E.G if it was going at a steady 100kms (62.5 miles) it would take 170 years. E.G if it was going at a steady 200kms (125 miles) it would take
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A month to go around the sun in one month, but it would have to speed up a lot.
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