New research at Tel Aviv University established that the 6th planet takes 7 minutes less than what scientists previously determined to complete a full turn on its axis.
Israeli scientists have solved the mystery of Saturn’s days, determining that one day on the planet lasts 10 hours and a little more than 32 minutes – seven minutes shorter than originally calculated.
The new research at Tel Aviv University was published this week in the Nature journal.
The length of a day for most of the planets in the solar system is clear physical data and well-known to modern science. Continue Reading »