How long does the Solar System takes to take a galactical orbit in the Milky Way?


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The planets in our solar system orbit (revolve) around the sun, and the sun orbits (revolves) around the center of the Milky Way galaxy. We take about 200 million years to revolve once around the galaxy's center. This length of time is called a “cosmic year.”
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