5,832 Hours a Day, 1.92 Days a Year
Venus doesn’t get as much love as it deserves. It’s an odd planet that’s only second closest to the sun, but it’s a wonky one that definitely requires more research. But from what scientists have gathered about this planet of love and beauty, a single day on the hottest planet in our solar system lasts 5,832 Earth hours. And you thought living in Alaska was bad.
But that’s not all! Even though the planet rotates at a slower rate than Earth, it makes its way around the sun in record time. Every Venusian year lasts 225 days or roughly 5,400 hours, making it one of the most mysterious celestial oddities in our solar system.