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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Uranus Nate Edelman Uranus is the Seventh planet from the Sun, and was the first planet discovered by the telescope Uranus Planet ProfileMass: 86,810,300,000,000,000 billion kg (14.536 x Earth)Equatorial Diameter: 51,118 kmPolar Diameter: 49,946 kmEquatorial Circumference: 159,354 kmKnown Moons: 27Notable Moons: Oberon, Titania, Miranda, Ariel & Umbriel Known Rings: 13Orbit Distance: 2,870,658,186 km (19.22 AU)Orbit Period: 30,687.15 Earth days (84.02 Earth years)Surface Temperature: -197 °CDiscover Date: March 13th 1781Discovered By: William Herschel Uranus's orbit around the Sun Distance from Earth Distance between them can change, depending on their relatively positions in the Solar System.The closest Uranus can get to Earth is 2.57 billion km.But Earth and Uranus are located on opposite sides of the Sun, so theyre at their most distant point. at 3.15 billion km. Compared to Earth is 4 times bigger Differences compared to Earth:The length of a day on Uranus is 17 hours 14 minutes. Uranus masses 14.5 Earth masses. Uranus takes 84.3 years to complete its orbit around the sun.So one year on Uranus is over 83 Earth years.That is compared to the long term growth of a beard. Sources
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