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year

(yēr),
An approximately 365-day period, the time the earth takes to revolve around the sun.
[O.E. gēar ]
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amp;nbsp;This storm, known as the Great Northern Storm occurs roughly once every Saturnian year, which is equivalent to 30 Earth years.
Titan's year lasts 29 1/2 Earth years, so that stability has to last several Earth years.
One year in Nibiru is equivalent to 3,600 Earth years.
Principal Lepton especially loathes Earthlings due to his brother being kidnapped back on Earth years ago.
A Mars day is 24 hours and 40 minutes but because it takes 687 days to go around the Sun, its year is almost two Earth years.
Saturn's Great White Spot occurs only about once in every 30 Earth years.
It takes just under two Earth years for Mars to complete a single orbit around the sun.
The hardest thing for you to understand said [King Ec'ron] would be that not only are you on a different planet but that you are some sixty-one Earth years in your past right now" the author writes.
60 Earth years, its orbit is slightly elliptical and inclined almost 11[degrees] to the plane of the solar system.
For 20 of the 248 Earth years it takes Pluto to orbit the Sun, it is closer to the Sun than Neptune.
Do you know, for example, that if you are 25 earth years old, you'd actually be 100 on Mercury?
Pluto's warming is believed to be its highly elliptical orbit which significantly changes the planet's distance from the sun during its long "year" which lasts 248 Earth years.