Latest News About Uranus, Seventh Planet from the Sun
The planet Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun and the third largest planet in the solar system. Uranus is a gas giant with the coldest atmosphere in the solar system.
Missing asteroids may be the handiwork of rampaging giant planets.
A simulation shows how thunderstorms create jet streams on giant planets.
SETI invites scuba divers on an expedition to a destination of your choice.
Swapping Neptune and Uranus could help explain solar system's formation.
Neptune can be picked-up using just a good pair of binoculars.
For the first time, scientists are seeing the planet's rings free of glare.
Images of Uranus taken in August by the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) show that a dark spot has formed in the planet’s northern hemisphere.
Most people have seen the five brightest naked-eye planets, yet there is a sixth planet that can be spied without optical aid ... the planet Uranus. Of course, you'll have to know exactly where to look for it.
The shadow cast by a moon as it floated through space above the blue-green cloud tops of Uranus was recently captured for the first time by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.
There is plenty to see, and SPACE.com provides an overview of the planets for the coming year.
Astronomers have discovered new rings and small moons around Uranus and found surprising changes in satellite orbits around the giant planet.