- Large semi-axle 2.875.031.718 km
- Distance to perihelion 2.742.128.970 km
- Distance to aphelion 3.008.413.180 km
- Average orbit speed 6,80 km/s
- Average radius approx. 25.363 km
- Inclination of the equator in orbit 6,48°
- Surface temperature 78 K
- Distance from Earth +2,9 billion
Uranus is the penultimate planet from the Sun or the 7th.
He is an ice giant, like Neptune.
Its atmosphere consists of water, ammonia and methane, as well as hydrogen and helium, as of Jupiter and Saturn.
Uranus has a very low temperature, where the minimums reach -224 ° C.
Like the other giants, Uranus has rings around him.
These can be very difficult to see, but they exist.
William Herschel was the one who discovered the planet Uranus, in 1781 on March 13.
Uranus makes a complete rotation every 84 years.
Uranus has 27 satellites confirmed by name.
It is a very distant planet, over 5 billion km from Earth.
As you can see in the picture, Uranus has a light blue colour.
His cuff is completely made of ice, and the bark is made of gas.
The core is slightly different, consisting of nickel-iron, and a few rocks.
Due to temperature and extreme assumptions, molecules and atoms can be destroyed, then form valuable diamond crystals.
No one reached Uranus, so no one took such a diamond crystal. Yes, like Venus, Uranus also has a weirder rotation than the other planets, it spins to one side!
Other planets rotate normally, it rotates to one side and it is not known why, it is very strange! This strange rotation disrupts the seasons there, so 21 years there last night, winter.
21 years lasts the day, summer.
And 42 years of day and night in spring and autumn.
And Uranus is almost 14.5 times larger than our earth.
We can't talk much about Uranus, because we don't know him that well and we haven't gotten there yet.
It is not even a spectacular planet, apart from the fact that it is perfect in colour approx.