I’m thinking that’s a typo for “planets”? Yes, in addition to orbiting around the sun, all the planets in our solar system rotate on their axis, but they rotate at different rates. This means that a day will be different lengths depending on which planet you’re standing on. Earth’s day is, of course, about twenty four hours. The fastest rotating planet is Jupiter, with a day under 10 hours in length. The slowest is Mercury; a day on that planet last 176 Earth days!
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