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30 March, 08:50

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Would a year on the planet Neptune be longer or shorter than an Earth year?

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  1. 30 March, 09:46
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    It would be longer because it is further away from the sun, therefore it would take longer to make its way around
  2. 30 March, 10:05
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    A year on Neptune would be longer than a year on Earth because it is an outer planet which means it takes a longer time to rotate the sun because the gravitational pull is not as strong farther away from the sun.
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