The answer to ''how long does it take to get to Jupiter'' has changed in the last ...
at the same time as the target planet is arriving in that part of its orbit is the trick.
The average distance between the Earth and Jupiter is 483 million miles. If you
could travel at the speed of light, it would only take you 43 minutes to get to ...
Feb 18, 2015 ... How Long Would it Take to Travel to Every Planet? .... It saw most of the planets
in between, and used Jupiter's gravity to make the final push.
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Apr 6, 2016 ... We're focused on Mars and Pluto, but what about Jupiter? ... It would be cool to
see what such an endeavour would take, what would we have ...
The average distance between Earth and Jupiter is 483 million miles, so it would
take 43 minutes to travel from Earth to Jupiter at the speed of light. However ...
I've seen examples of manned missions to the Jupiter system in 2001 and
Europa Report, but 2001 didn't specify how long the duration was, ...
My question is why did Galileo take so long (6 years) to reach Jupiter? ... After the
Challenger disaster, NASA would not allow the large rockets of Galileo and ...
Jun 24, 2011 ... It depends on how much mass you want to send there and how powerful a rocket
you have. Voyager 1 took about a 16 months to get to Jupiter ...
Nov 7, 2012 ... Venus is the only planet constantly brighter than the gas giant, though at times
Mars will give it a run ... How long does it take to reach Jupiter?
Jul 28, 2015 ... ... is also huge, so simply getting to Jupiter at light speed takes a long time. ... Sit
back and take a ride from the Sun to Jupiter, at the speed of light. ... If you did hit
light speed, you would not experience the passage of ... You may want to get a
drink and something to eat, because this is going to take a while...