How Long Is a Year on Mercury?


Using the classification based on size, Mercury is one of the small planets. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun in the solar system. A year on Mercury is 88 Earth days, or nearly 25% of an Earth year.
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The length of one year (one revolution around the Sun) on Mercury is 88.0 days.
That is, a year on Mercury takes about 0.241 times as long as a year on Earth.
One year on Mercury is equal to about 88 days here on Earth. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun and the sun rays are seven times stronger on Mercury than they are on Earth.
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