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What is the orbital period of Venus?

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What is the orbital period of Venus?

Orbital Periods:

All major bodies in the Solar System are locked within gravitational orbits, rotating around another body. The time it takes for something to complete one full orbit is known at the orbital period.

Answer and Explanation:

The orbital period of Venus is 224.7 days, as measured in Earth time (since every planet has days of different lengths, it's easiest to measure...

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