Amazing Facts About Uranus You Shouldn’t Miss

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Uranus Facts for Kids

Uranus has four seasons’ winter, summer, spring and fall.

Uranus can be seen with the unaided eye.

Uranus is the third largest planet in the Solar System, after Jupiter and Saturn.

A year in Uranus is equal to 84 Earth years.

Uranus spins from East to West, opposite to the Earth’s spin.

A day on Uranus is a little more than 17 hours.

Uranium is named after the planet Uranus.

Uranus was originally called “George’s Star” (Georgium Sidus) after King George III.

The moons of Uranus and named after the characters created by Alexander Pope and William Shakespeare.

Uranus rolls on its side as it orbit around the sun, because of its axis tilt of about 97.7 degrees.

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