# Is Mercury older than Earth?

## Is Mercury older than Earth?

Is it the oldest planet, or the youngest? Actually, you might be surprised to know that there is no oldest or youngest planet. Mercury is exactly the same age as all the rest of the planets in the Solar System: approximately 4.6 billion years old.

How do you calculate your Mercury age?

To do this, divide your age in Earth days by the number of days in a planet’s year (this information is on the age chart). Your answer is your “new” age. For example, a 20 year old on Earth would be 83 years old on Mercury! (20 x 365 = 7,300 Earth days; 7,300/88 = 83).

### How old is the youngest planet?

The hot Jupiter exoplanet V830 Tau b, published in the same issue of the journal Nature as the discovery of K2-33b, is the youngest known exoplanet with an age of around 2 million years (around the time that humans evolved on Earth).

What is Venus age?

4.503 billion years
Venus/Age

## Why doesn’t Mercury have any moons?

Mercury and Venus Neither of them has a moon. Because Mercury is so close to the Sun and its gravity, it wouldn’t be able to hold on to its own moon. Any moon would most likely crash into Mercury or maybe go into orbit around the Sun and eventually get pulled into it.

How long is 1 year in space compared to Earth?

How long is 1 year in space compared to Earth? **One year in space would be 365 days /1 year on earth…..

### How old would a 12 year old 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 old is Moon?

4.53 billion years
Moon/Age
The most widely accepted origin explanation posits that the Moon formed about 4.51 billion years ago, not long after Earth, out of the debris from a giant impact between the planet and a hypothesized Mars-sized body called Theia.

## What is the age of Pluto?

Short answer: About 4.6 billion years old. Long answer: The Sun, the planets and almost everything else in our Solar System were all formed together from a spinning cloud of dust and gas1. Our current best estimate is that this happened around 4.6 billion years ago, which means that Pluto is that old.

How old is moon?

### How many Mercury days are in one Mercury year?

Detailed Mercury Facts A year on Mercury is just 88 days long. One solar day (the time from noon to noon on the planet’s surface) on Mercury lasts the equivalent of 176 Earth days while the sidereal day (the time for 1 rotation in relation to a fixed point) lasts 59 Earth days.

What is your age on Mercury?

Actually, you might be surprised to know that there is no oldest or youngest planet. Mercury is exactly the same age as all the rest of the planets in the Solar System: approximately 4.6 billion years old.

## What would you age on Mercury?

On Earth you are 24 years old

• On Mercury you are 99.59 years old
• On Venus you are 39.02 years old
• On Mars you are 12.76 years old
• On Jupiter you are 2.02 years old
• On Saturn you are 0.81 years old
• On Uranus you are 0.29 years old
• On Neptune you are 0.15 years old
• On Pluto you are 0.1 years old
• What is one year on Mercury?

Mercury revolves around the sun very quickly, but rotates around its axis very, very slowly. One day on Mercury (sunrise to sunrise) is longer than one year on Mercury (one orbit around the Sun). Mercurian Year: A year on Mercury takes 87.97 Earth days; it takes 87.97 Earth days for Mercury to orbit the sun once.

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