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Trevor Huntley

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Transcript of uranus

Uranus Introducing Uranus Moons,temperature and name Facts and spaceships Works Cited 5 interesting facts Uranus the Greek god Uranus symbol Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun. Uranus is one of the outer planets because it is located outside the asteroid belt. Uranus is the third largest planet in our solar system. It takes Uranus 84 Earth years to orbit the sun. Uranus has a stronger gravity than Earth. Uranus is known for it's blue - green color. Saturn isn't the only planet that has rings. Uranus has rings, too! Uranus was named after the Greek god of heaven. Temperatures on Uranus do not differ since Uranus is so far from the sun. The temperature on Uranus is below 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Uranus has 27 moons. The moons on Uranus are Portia, Titania, Miranda, Juliet, Cupid, Desdamona, Cressida, Ophelia, Oberon and Cordelia. Uranus can not be seen at night without a telescope. Uranus is mostly made of rock. Uranus has clouds. Uranus has rings around it. Uranus is larger than Earth. The Voyager 2 arrived on Uranus in 1986. The Hubble Space Telescope arrived on Uranus in 1990. These are 5 interesting facts about Uranus: Uranus was the first planet to be discovered with a telescope. Uranus was the first planet discovered from ancient times. Uranus is four Earths wide. Seasons on Uranus last 20 Earth years. Clouds on Uranus lie under Methane gas. This gives Uranus its blue - green color.
Works Cited
Howard, Fran. Uranus. Edina: ABDO Publishing Company, 2008. Print

Landau, Elaine. Uranus. New York: Children’s Press, 2008. Print.

“Uranus.” BrainPOP. BrainPOP, 2012. Web. 4 December 2012: http://www.brainpop.com/science/space/uranus/

“Uranus.” Grolier.

This is Uranus, the Greek god. This is the symbol for Uranus.
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