Latest News About Uranus, 7th Planet in the Solar System
Uranus, a gas giant is the third largest planet and is the seventh planet in our solar system. Uranus was the first planet to be discovered.
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Far from Earth and the inner solar system two massive gas giants patrol the outer reaches of our solar system; Uranus knocked on its axis and Neptune, wrapped in a cobalt blue atmosphere of inexplicably fast winds.
The Slooh Space Camera will be webcasting live feeds from observatories around the world.
Voyager 1's rocket only had 3.5 seconds of fuel left when it sent the probe on its way 35 years ago.
The moon will shine with venus, Saturn and the bright star Spica, while Mars makes a late-night appearance.
Don't miss the seven major planets of the solar system in the night sky this week.
Computer simulations show that a quick change in Jupiter's orbit caused a chain reaction and forever changed the orbits of the giant planets in our solar system, perhaps throwing a sister into the cosmic void.
Several Uranus missions are in development, but none have been approved and funded yet.
The photos show the ice giants blazing red-orange in infrared light.
Skywatching tips for how you can view six planets aligned above the rising sun.
The two planets will experience an unusual conjunction, offering rare views for skywatchers.
Here's a look at how to observe the planets of the solar system in 2011.
NASA's budget problems are limiting the agency's choices for flagship missions to the planets.
NASA's New Horizons probe has reached the orbit of Uranus on its way to Pluto.
Flagship missions to find life on Mars and study Jupiter's moon Europa may be too pricy for NASA.