A Day In the Life of Our Neighbouring Planets

Length of a day on our solar system's planets

Author: Thea Beckman

Canadian born and South African raised, Thea Beckman AKA Wander Woman Thea, is an experienced travel, food, and wine writer and (amateur) photographer with a devastating love of all of the above. She is a travel bug, a bookworm, and mildly alarmed by how many arthropods she can be at once. When sheโ€™s not writing for a living and for pleasure, she enjoys bird-watching, reading, drinking wine, cooking, and SHORT walks on the beach because the summer southeasterly winds in Cape Town are a real bitch. Thea is the author of the book โ€œWhy? Because Science!โ€ Facebook @WanderWomanThea Instagram @wander_woman_thea

9 thoughts on “A Day In the Life of Our Neighbouring Planets”

    1. Well, if the length of a total day on Jupiter is 10 hours then technically you’d only spend about 1/3 of that actually working. So a “working day” would be closer to 3 hours, in which case you’re winning!

      However, I’d think that Jupiter’s perpetually raging sulphurous superstorms would be more of an inconvenience than he length of a working day ๐Ÿ˜‰

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