All About Uranus By: Ethan

Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun and the most distant planet you can see without a telescope. Uranus is a gas giant and it's so cold there that the methane in the atmosphere can condense into a liquid. Uranus has rings to but they are hard to see unlike Saturn's rings. Since the planet is tilted scientists think that a large object must have hit it while the solar system was taking form.

If you traveled to Uranus it would take a bunch of supplies, a lot of time, and if you went you probably wouldn't come back to Earth.

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