If we would build a satellite sufficiently heat-resistant to orbit the sun directly above its surface, in how much time would that satellite complete a single orbit?

Give your answer in hours, rounded to the nearest integer.

**Data to be used:**

\[\dfrac{\text{earth's distance to sun}}{\text{sun's radius}} = 215 , \qquad \dfrac{\text{one year}}{\text{one hour}} = 8766.\]

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