Friday, October 07, 2005


Your age on other planets

The time it takes the Earth to rotate from noon until the next noon we define as one day. We further divide this period of time into 24 hours, each of which is divided into 60 minutes, each of which is broken into 60 seconds.

When it comes to other planets, there are no rules that govern the rotation rates. It all depends on how much 'spin' was in the original material that went into forming each one. Giant Jupiter has lots of spin, turning once on its axis every 10 hours, while Venus takes 243 days to spin once.

Enter your birthdate and see how old you are on other planets.


The Presurfer

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