Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by auntiehill, Aug 10, 2012.
I’m with @White Witch!
Not enough hours in the Galactic Standard Day!
Go to Venus where a Venus is day is 243 Earth days.
That would be the time for Venus to make a full rotation on its axis, which technically is a day, yes.
However, given that Venus orbits the sun in 225 days too, it wouldn't mean you'd experience it as a day in the normal sense of light/dark (assuming you could survive on Venus' surface and see sunrise /set from there etc). Sunrise/sunset there would actually be once every 117 days (according to NASA).
Still a lot longer than an Earth day, though
“Decrepit” is the new “Long in the Tooth”!
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