What is the revolution of Mars?

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The period for the revolution of Mars is longer than that of Earth. It takes Mars about 24.622 hours to make a full rotation on its axis. It also takes Mars 686.971 days to orbit the Sun.
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It travels about 1,432,183,600 km to complete one revolution.
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Mars has a period of revolution of 687 earth days. The period of rotation
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687 days is correct, the sidereal year (relative to the stars). 772 days is the average time between one opposition with Earth and the next, I believe, quite a bit longer because
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It takes around 686.971 days
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