The interval in time between successive passages (orbits) of a satellite through a reference plane.
The time it takes for an object to complete one orbit.
The time taken by an orbiting body to complete one orbit.
The time interval for a body to complete one orbit around another.
The interval between successive passages of a satellite through the same point in its orbit. Often called period. See anomalistic period, nodical period, sidereal period.
he length of time it takes one body to orbit another
The amount of time it takes a spacecraft or other object to travel once around it's orbit.
The time that it takes a satellite to complete one circumnavigation of its orbit.
The amount of time takes a spaceship or the other object to the route around him is once orbit.
The time it takes a satellite to complete one revolution or orbit around the Earth. For example, the orbital period of Landsat 7 is approximately 1.5 hours. [NOAA
The time required for an object to make a complete revolution along its orbit.
The orbital period is the time it takes a planet (or another object) to make one full orbit.