What causes Earth’s year to be shorter than Jupiter’s year? Kepler's Law

  • the shape of Earth’s orbit around the Sun
  • the mass and density of Jupiter
  • the distance between Earth and the Sun
  • What causes Earth’s year to be shorter than Jupiter’s year?
Answer: the distance between Earth and the Sun
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