How Long Does It Take Halley's Comit to Make One Complete Orbit of the Sun?

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It takes Halley's Comet 76 years to make one complete orbit of the sun. For this reason it is classified as a short-period comet. These types of comets can orbit the sun in less than 200 years. We should expect to see Halley's Comet again in 2062.
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Halley's Comet orbits the Sun, in an elliptical path. It doesn't orbit anything else.
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I got 70.56 AU, since its closest approach to the sun is 0.6 AU. I just subtracted twice that from twice the semimajor axis.
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"Revolution" is a clearly defined term and refers to the Earth completing its orbit, so by definition the answer is one. Remember - the Earth rotates about its axis and
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