Travel Guide to Uranus
Good night and Good luck
Things that may be needed for the trip
Hello i am the pilot of your shuttle. Bring sun screen when the planet is closest to the sun. Bring some hockey sticks and a hockey puck to play some good old hockey with the family. I would also bring some extra blankets and cloths and a tooth brush. The hotel will give you oxygen and heating in it and a place to sleep with air that can turn into water. Some things that might want to be avoided going out with out a space suit, not wearing cloths under the space suit and not having fun you have to avoid not having fun. NASA had sent a dragon on to the planet to try and see how this majestic creature can survive in space so they sent it here on Uranus and it has frozen in the core.
Facts about Uranus
Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun. Uranus has 13 rings, 27 moons and is the third biggest planet in the solar system. the temperature is -197 degrees Celsius which is -322.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Uranus has a 60 degree tilt on its axis and its rotation on the axis is almost parallel to its orbital path, and it takes 84 earth years for 1 whole year. Uranus has summer and winter the dark side of the moon goes into winter and the sun shines on both poles so one whole side has been lit. Uranus rotates on its axis once every 17 hours and 14 minutes. Uranus is 1.787 billion miles away from the sun. the gravity level is 8.69 m/s² so if you weighed 100 pounds on earth you would weigh 86 pounds on Uranus. the mass is 8.681 × 10^25 kg.
fun facts about Uranus
- William Herschel discovered Uranus.
- Only one spacecraft has flown by
- Uranus this spacecraft is called the voyager 2.
- Uranus is referred as an ice giant the upper layer is made of hydrogen and some helium below that is an icy mantle which surrounds a rock and ice core.
- Uranus's upper atmosphere is made up of water, ammonia and methane crystals which methane crystals give the planets blue color.
Top 10 Amazing Facts About Uranus