Uranus Planet Cold

The Diameter of Uranus is 31,765 or (51,120km)

Uranus rotates on it's side

And revolves around the sun.

The distance from the sun to Uranus is 1.78 billion miles or ( 2.87 billion km).

Uranus' average surface temperature is 371.2 degrees Fahrenheit, making it the coldest planet in the solar system.

Uranus is named after the ancient Greek god of the sky, who was the father of Kronos.

4 Interesting Facts -

1.Uranus is the coldest planet in our solar system.

2. Uranus is named after the ancient greek god of the sky

3.Uranus rotates on its side

4.The distance from the sun to uranus is 1.78 billion miles

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