## How long does Earth take to complete one trip around the Sun and back to the starting position?

As Earth orbits the Sun, it completes one rotation every 23.9 hours. It takes 365.25 days to complete one trip around the Sun.

## How long does it take to make one complete cycle around the Earth?

It takes 27 days, 7 hours, and 43 minutes for our Moon to complete one full orbit around Earth. This is called the sidereal month, and is measured by our Moon’s position relative to distant “fixed” stars. However, it takes our Moon about 29.5 days to complete one cycle of phases (from new Moon to new Moon).

## Which celestial body does Earth revolve around on?

the Sun
Some planets are known to have moons/satellites revolving round them. Any celestial body revolving around another celestial body is called its satellite. The Earth revolves around the Sun. The Earth can be said to be a satellite of the Sun, though generally we call it a planet of the Sun.

## How long does it take the Earth to orbit around the Sun?

Earth’s orbit is the trajectory along which Earth travels around the Sun. The average distance between Earth and the Sun is 149.60 million km (92.96 million mi), and one complete orbit takes 365.256 days (1 sidereal year), during which time Earth has traveled 940 million km (584 million mi).

## How long does it take for the Earth to complete one revolution?

It takes a year for the Earth to complete a revolution around the Sun, but there are several different definitions of a year.

## How long does the Earth take to spin once?

A complete rotation of the earth on its axis takes approximately 23 hours, 56 minutes and four seconds with respect to the background stars. However, the sun returns to the same place in the sky (correcting for seasonal differences) every 24 hours.

## How many miles is the Earth from the Sun?

Earth is located an average of 92.96 million miles from the sun, varying between the closest distance of 91.40 million miles and the furthest distance of 94.51 million miles. Earth travels along its orbit at a speed of 66,622 mph. The total circumference of Earth’s orbit is a little over 584 million miles.