# How Old Would I Be On Another Planet

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## How do you calculate your age on other planets?

To find your age on the outer planets (Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune and Pluto) divide your age in Earth years by the approximate length of the planet’s year in Earth years. This is your “new” age. For example a 20 year old on Earth would only be 1.7 years old on Jupiter because 20 / 12 = 1.7.

## Which planet am I the oldest on?

Jupiter formed in a geologic blink. Its rocky core coalesced less than a million years after the beginning of our solar system scientists reported Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

## Would you age differently on another planet?

If we were to live on another planet in the Solar System our age would be different because each planet takes a different amount of time to orbit the Sun. … Solar day is the time of rotation of the Earth relative to the Sun. Our daily time keeping is based on the ‘mean solar day’ which is defined to be 24 hours.

## How old would I be on Mars?

A year on Mars is longer than a year on Earth—almost twice as long at 687 days. This is roughly 1.88 times the length of a year on Earth so to calculate your age on Mars we simply have to divide your Earth age by 1.88.

## How is 1 hour 7 years in interstellar?

The first planet they land on is close to a supermassive black hole dubbed Gargantuan whose gravitational pull causes massive waves on the planet that toss their spacecraft about. Its proximity to the black hole also causes an extreme time dilation where one hour on the distant planet equals 7 years on Earth.

## What is Venus age?

4.503 billion years

## Is Earth or Mars older?

Mars is believed to be geologically older than Earth yet [both] formed out of the same material very close to each other ” Matthew Clement the paper’s lead author and a graduate researcher in planetary science at the University of Oklahoma told me.

## What’s the youngest planet?

Scientists have found one of the youngest planets ever discovered having only been formed a few million years ago. The planet 2M0437b is several times larger than Jupiter and emerged out of the darkness around the same time as the Hawaiian Islands on Earth.

## How old is Moon?

4.53 billion years

## How long is 1 second in space?

It is defined as the distance that light travels in free space in one second and is equal to exactly 299 792 458 metres (983 571 056 ft).

Use in astronomy.
Unit light-hour 60 light-minutes = 3600 light-seconds 1079252848800 m 1.079×109 km

## How long is 1 day in space?

The definition of a day is the amount of time it takes an astronomical object to complete one full spin on its axis. On Earth a day is 23 hours and 56 minutes but other planets and bodies rotate at different rates.

The Earth is the only planet with an approximately 24-hour day.
Planet Length of Day
Pluto 6.4 Earth days

## How old would I be on Pluto?

248.59 years

The Days (And Years) Of Our Lives
Planet Rotation Period Revolution Period
Saturn 0.45 days 29.46 years
Uranus 0.72 days 84.01 years
Neptune 0.67 days 164.79 years
Pluto 6.39 days 248.59 years

## How old is Uranus?

Uranus/Age
Uranus was formed at the same time as the rest of the Solar System from a large spinning disk of gas and dust. Astronomers think that all this happened about 4.6 billion years ago! So Uranus is about 4.6 billion years old.

## How long is a day on Pluto?

6.4 Earth days
Pluto’s day is 6.4 Earth days long.Nov 20 2015

## Why is Pluto not a planet?

Answer. The International Astronomical Union (IAU) downgraded the status of Pluto to that of a dwarf planet because it did not meet the three criteria the IAU uses to define a full-sized planet. Essentially Pluto meets all the criteria except one—it “has not cleared its neighboring region of other objects.”

## Do we age slower in space?

We all measure our experience in space-time differently. That’s because space-time isn’t flat — it’s curved and it can be warped by matter and energy. … And for astronauts on the International Space Station that means they get to age just a tiny bit slower than people on Earth. That’s because of time-dilation effects.

## How did 23 years pass in interstellar?

It’s orbiting Gargantua the massive glowing black hole that exists in the foreign galaxy. Due to Gargantua’s massive gravitational pull “every hour on that planet is seven years on Earth”. After a massive tidal wave hits the spacecraft and delays their exit they find that 23 years have passed on Earth.

## Does time stop in a black hole?

Near a black hole the slowing of time is extreme. From the viewpoint of an observer outside the black hole time stops. … Inside the black hole the flow of time itself draws falling objects into the center of the black hole. No force in the universe can stop this fall any more than we can stop the flow of time.

## How old is the earth?

4.543 billion years

## Who discovered Earth?

Eratosthenes
By around 500 B.C. most ancient Greeks believed that Earth was round not flat. But they had no idea how big the planet is until about 240 B.C. when Eratosthenes devised a clever method of estimating its circumference.

## What is the age of Saturn?

4.503 billion years

## How old is Jupiter?

Jupiter/Age
Jupiter was formed at the same time as the rest of the Solar System from a large spinning disk of gas and dust. Astronomers think that all this happened about 4.6 billion years ago! So Jupiter is about 4.6 billion years old.

## Is Saturn the only planet with a ring?

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second-largest planet in our solar system. Like fellow gas giant Jupiter Saturn is a massive ball made mostly of hydrogen and helium. Saturn is not the only planet to have rings but none are as spectacular or as complex as Saturn’s. Saturn also has dozens of moons.

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## What planet takes 7 years to get to?

FAQ – Spacecraft
Spacecraft Target Time
Messenger Mercury 6.5 years
Cassini Saturn 7 years
Voyager 1 & 2 Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune 13 23 months 3 4 years 8.5 years 12 years
New Horizons Pluto 9.5 years

## Is Jupiter the oldest planet?

While our solar system may seem old at 4.6 billion years the oldest planets discovered are twice and even three times as old as our oldest planet which is Jupiter.

## How old is the Milky Way?

13.51 billion years

## Can the moon turn purple?

A blue-colored moon is more rare and can indicate a moon seen through an atmosphere carrying larger dust particles. What created the purple moon is unclear — it may be a combination of several effects.

## What is the age of sun?

4.603 billion years

## Is sun a planet?

The sun and moon are not planets when you consider the objects in space they orbit. For the sun to be a planet it would have to orbit another sun. … The sun fits the definition of a star because it is a giant ball of gases consisting of hydrogen and helium with nuclear reactions going on inside.

## Has anyone been lost in space?

A total of 18 people have lost their lives either while in space or in preparation for a space mission in four separate incidents. Given the risks involved in space flight this number is surprisingly low. … The remaining four fatalities during spaceflight were all cosmonauts from the Soviet Union.

## How cold is space?

Far outside our solar system and out past the distant reachers of our galaxy—in the vast nothingness of space—the distance between gas and dust particles grows limiting their ability to transfer heat. Temperatures in these vacuous regions can plummet to about -455 degrees Fahrenheit (2.7 kelvin).Sep 25 2020

## How long is an hour on Mars?

61 minutes and 36.968

For example 1 Mars-second is 1.027 Earth-seconds 1 Mars-minute is 61.62 Earth-seconds and 1 Mars-hour is 61 minutes and 36.968 Earth-seconds.

## Can the Earth fall out of orbit?

The escape velocity of the Earth is about 11 km/s. In other words anything on the Earth’s leading side would fly off into space continuing along the Earth’s orbital path around the sun. Anything on the trailing side would be pulverized against the Earth. It would be a horrible gooey mess.

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