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What is Mars Period of Revolution?

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The length of one day on Mars is very similar to that on Earth, 24.62 hours, but its year, or period of rotation around the Sun, is almost twice as long as ours, 1.88 years.
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Mars rotation is 24 hours 39 minutes and 35 seconds. Mars only rotates 39 minutes slower than earth. 1.88 years for revolution. Mars period of revolution around the sun, its orbit
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