Uranus

By Jeff

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Wellcome to life on Uranus

A day on Uranus is only about 17 hours. But the tilt of Uranus works out so that one pole or the other is usually pointed towards the Sun. This means that a day at the north pole of Uranus lasts half of a Uranian year – 84 Earth years. So, if you could stand on the north pole of Uranus, you would see the Sun rise in the sky, circle around for 42 years, and finally dip down below the horizon. Then you would have 42 years of darkness.Do you think you can stand that challenge if so YOU CAME TO THE RIGHT PLANET......THE ONE AND ONLY...URANUS THE GREATTTTT.

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