# How Long Would It Take To Travel To Venus?

## How long does it take to get to each planet?

When we send spacecraft to planets or other objects (asteroid or comet), the spacecraft is actually put into an orbit around the Sun in order to bring it close to the target planet. But, you have to deal with the gravity of the Sun. Here are some numbers: Mars – 7 months, Venus – 5 months, and Mercury – 5 months.

## How long would it take to get to Venus at the speed of light?

Mercury 0.387 193.0 seconds or 3.2 minutes Venus 0.723 360.0 seconds or 6.0 minutes Earth 1.000 499.0 seconds or 8.3 minutes Mars 1.523 759.9 seconds or 12.6 minutes Jupiter 5.203 2595.0 seconds or 43.2 minutes Saturn 9.538 4759.0 seconds or 79.3 minutes Uranus 19.819 9575.0 seconds or 159.6 minutes Neptune 30.058

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## What time of year is Venus closest to Earth?

Venus. Venus, the planet with the nearly circular orbit and a diameter only about 400 miles (600 km) less than the Earth is always brilliant, and shining with a steady, silvery light. Evenings in the western sky at dusk from January 1st to May 24th; mornings in the eastern sky at dawn from June 13 to Dec.

## Can humans travel a light year?

Interstellar distancesAs of January 25, 2020, Voyager 1, the farthest human-made object from Earth, is 148.7 AU away. Light in a vacuum travels around 300,000 kilometres (186,000 mi) per second, so 1 light-year is about 9.461×1012 kilometers (5.879 trillion miles) or 63,241 AU.

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## How close is Venus to Earth today?

64,219,350 kilometers

## Has NASA landed on Venus?

On December 15, 1970 an unmanned Soviet spacecraft, Venera 7, became the first spacecraft to land on another planet. It measured the temperature of the atmosphere on Venus. In 1972, Venera 8 gathered atmospheric and surface data for 50 minutes after landing.

## Which planets day is 16 hours and 7 minutes?

Neptune turned out to be almost an identical twin of Uranus. It is 57 times bigger than the Earth, but spins quite rapidly – one day lasts only 16 hours 7 minutes.