What Is Jupiter Period of Revolution?

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Jupiter's period of revolution is really long, since it takes almost 12 years to make a complete orbit of the sun. Each constellation in the Zodiac gets to see Jupiter for about one year for every orbit. You can find more information here: http://www.universetoday.com/guide-to-space/jupiter/symbol-for-jupiter/
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Jupiter is the biggest of the planets and it is the fifth planet from the sun. Jupiter travels 483,682,810 miles to orbit the sun. It takes Jupiter 11.85 earth years to complete one
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