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Uranus

The 7th planet in the solar system
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James Clarke

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Uranus

Uranus location-7th planet from the sun Distances-
Average-2.85 billion km=19.0510733 AU
Minimum-2.7 billion km=18.048385231 AU Diameter- 51,488 km Uranus diameter- 51,488 km
Earth diameter- 12,753 km Diameters Size And Distance Climate average temperature
-200 C gravity facts 0.89 times earths gravity something weighing 100 pounds on earth would weigh 89 pounds on uranus. common elements Liquid rock, Hydrogen, helium, methane, and ammonia. atmosphere Hyrdogen-82.5% Helium-15.2% Methane-2.3% Description It is blue and it probably has a liquid rock center. The clouds don’t have any unique features and it is the only planet to rotate on its side. Uranus has very faint rings. Satellites The five largest moons are:
Miranda
Ariel
Umbriel
Titania
Oberon
Voyager II was the only probe to be sent by uranus and it was a fly-by mission. Mythology The greek name for this planet is uranus
The name uranus stands for the starry sky in the evening. In greek mythology uranus simply came out of the earth, or Gaia as they called it. There is probably no chance of uranus having life on it because it is too cold to sustain life, and there is not enough oxygen to let us live.
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