Short-Question

# What planet has the same season as Earth?

## What planet has the same season as Earth?

Uranus
Closer to home Uranus has four seasons similar to Earth – but the length and intensity of its seasons are far more extreme. For nearly a quarter of each Uranian year (84 Earth years), the Sun shines directly over each pole, which makes for a long hot summer.

Is time different on other planets?

A clock in outer space moves more quickly than a clock on Earth. Heavy things like planets create a gravitational field that slows down time nearby. This means that a clock on a spaceship far away from any planet would move faster than a clock near Earth.

What planet has no seasons?

Venus
Venus is the second closest planet to the Sun. Its orbit does not cause the seasons because it is nearly circular. It has a tilt of only three degrees (in the opposite direction to the other planets) so temperatures across the planet do not vary much throughout a Venus year.

### How long is a day and year on each planet?

Usually, we know one day on earth is 24 hours time period. Whereas one year is 365 days. But this is not the exact value of a day and year on the earth. Planet Mars is the 4th planet from the sun and is located between the earth and Jupiter. One day on Mars is nearly matching with the one day on the earth.

How are Earth’s Day and year related to each other?

Each planet has its own day length and its own year length. We measure time using units that are made for Earth. The term day is set for Earth day. Its subdivisions, hour, minute and second, are also made for Earth’s time. Its multiples, week, month and year, are connected to Earth’s day and to Earth’s year.

Is the Universal date the same for each planet?

The universal time will be transformed in each local time, for each planet and moon. The universal date will be simplified. It will consist of the year and the day of year, without specifying the month or day of week.

#### How often does the Earth orbit around the Sun?

Earth: One year on planet Earth, or one orbit around the sun, takes 365.26 days. 4. Mars: Planet Mars goes around the sun once every 686.98 earth days. Hence, a 15 years old from Earth would actually be almost 8 years old in Mars years. 5.