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What is the Rotation of Neptune?

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One day on Neptune is only 16.11 hours, compared to Earth's 24 hour day. Neptune's year is actually 163.72 Earth years! Each season on Neptune lasts for forty years!
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In our solar system, Mercury has the shortest orbit of 88 Earth days. Venus takes 225 Earth days to revolve around the sun, Mars 687 days, Jupiter 12 years, Saturn 29.5 years, Uranus
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