How long is a day on Mars?

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A planet's day is the time it takes the planet to rotate or spin once on its axis. Mars rotates at almost the same speed as the Earth so a day on Mars is about as long as a day on Earth. A day on Mars is 24.62 hours long while a day on Earth is 23.934 hours long.
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Earth rotates on its axis once every 24 hours; one Earth day. Mars takes 39 minutes longer than Earth to rotate on its axis; scientists call this passage of time (24 hours and 39
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A day on Mars (the time it takes to rotate on its axis) is 24.62 hours, just slightly longer than a day on Earth. A year on Mars (the time it takes to go around the Sun) is 686.97
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One Martian day is 41 minutes longer than an Earth day or, more precisely: 24:37:22.6. The
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A day in Mars is equivalent to 24 hours, 39 mins & 35.24 seconds. A year is equal to 1.88 Earth years.
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A day on Mars is very close to a day on Earth. There are 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds in a day on Mars. A Mars year is 687 Earth days!
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