What Is the Length of a Year on Jupiter?

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The length of a year on Jupiter is 11.86 earth years which it takes to go round the sun once while the length of a day on this planet is usually 9.92 hours. Jupiter is made up of gases and liquids and its parts do not rotate at exactly the same speed.
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The length of a day on Jupiter or sidereal rotation (The time is takes to rotate once on it's axis) is 9.925 Earth Hours.
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Jupiter's day, or the time it takes to rotate on its axis, is about 9.9
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Jupiter is the fastest spinning planet with a day of only 9 hours and 56 minutes. How time flies!
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In the time it took you to type these 4 homework questions, you could have found the answers in your textbook or online (nineplanets.org has all this and more) Jupiter rotates once
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