Well it takes 365 days...2 get around the sun

NASA's answer:

Earth takes 365 days 6 hours 9 minutes 9.54 seconds to circle the sun.

This length of time is called a sidereal year. Because Earth does not

spin a whole number of times as it goes around the sun, the calendar

gets out of step with the seasons by about 6 hours each year. Every

four years, a day is added to bring the calendar back into line with

the seasons. These years, called leap years, have 366 days. The extra

day is added to the end of February and occurs as February 29.

heh. Hope that's more information than you were looking for... (^_^)

Earth takes 365 days 6 hours 9 minutes 9.54 seconds to circle the sun.

This length of time is called a sidereal year. Because Earth does not

spin a whole number of times as it goes around the sun, the calendar

gets out of step with the seasons by about 6 hours each year. Every

four years, a day is added to bring the calendar back into line with

the seasons. These years, called leap years, have 366 days. The extra

day is added to the end of February and occurs as February 29.

heh. Hope that's more information than you were looking for... (^_^)

I am 75% sure it is 365 OR 366

365 days or one Earth year.

One year.

Thx 4 the answer because I just proved my mom rung

365.2199 days give or take a few minutes correct me I dare you

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