How long does it take for Venus to orbit the sun?


Venus is sometimes referred to as the Earth's twin because the two planets are so similar in size. Venus travels around the sun in a nearly circular orbit. Venus takes about 225 Earth days, or about 71/2 months, to go around the sun once, compared with 365 days, or one year, for the Earth.
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Venus. Diameter: 7,519 miles (12,100 km) Atmosphere: Carbon dioxide, nitrogen, sulphuric acid, and trace elements. Surface: rocky, dusty and mountainous with a river of hardened lava
365.25 days.
It takes Pluto 248.09 years to orbit the Sun. (This is 90,613.305 Earth days.)
88 days.
3 Additional Answers Answer for: how long does it take for venus to orbit the sun
The length of one year (one revolution around the Sun) on Venus is 224.7 days.
That is, a year on Venus takes about 0.615 times as long as a year on Earth.
Venus takes about 224.7 days to orbit the Sun.Venus is the only planet that turns clockwise.
Venus takes only 224.7 days to orbit the Sun.Venus has no axial tilt
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