Ariel

A Moon of Uranus

Ariel has many interesting parts to it.

Ariel is a part of Uranus. Ariel had a past full of water and ice. The terrain is full of valleys and craters. The planet has had recent geological changes. The moon in the fourth largest of all it's moons. Ariel is very different from most of the planet and other moons.

Ariel had a very unique past.

Ariel used to be filled with water, ice, and molten material. The moon has been hit with small meteorites and caused craters on the moon. The moon has developed a rock core. The moon is the fourth largest moon of the planet Uranus. The moon is also the youngest of the 27 known moons. Ariel has had a strange past to present.
Uranus Moon - Ariel

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