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Twriling Uranus By Carina and Lauren

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Shannon Jedd

on 9 May 2012

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Transcript of Twriling Uranus By Carina and Lauren

Twirling Uranus Location It is close to Neptune It is the 7th planet from the sun Uranus can be seen without a telescope Uranus is twice as far from the sun as Saturn Made of It is made of methane gas It has a lot of ice and rock
and it has a rocky core It is cold and windy on Uranus so bring a hat Uranus is a gas giant Uranus is the third biggest planet Uranus is tilted on its axis 99 degrees. One side of Uranus is in the dark for 42 years. Looks and Size So you may feel like you are
off balance! Exploration It was discovered by William Herchel Uranus was the first planet to be discovered since ancient times. Uranus has only been visited by the
Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft Other facts Scientists think that a large object hit Uranus that is why it tilts Clouds on Uranus move up to
400 miles per hour The winds on Uranus can blow up to 500 miles per hour Moons and rings The rings on Uranus are made of black dust
and larger rocks There are 11 rings on Uranus Uranus has 27 moons The closest moon to Uranus is named Miranda Surface Features It is -357 °F - that is cold! Scientist believe there is an ocean below the surface of Uranus! Thanks for visiting Uranus. When you come back make sure to bring your heavy coat! That is exciting news - could mean life is there!
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