|Sidereal Period||84.07 years|
|Mean Distance from the Sun||2,875.0 million km|
|Sidereal Day||17 hours, 14 minutes (retrograde)|
|Mean Surface Temperature||-197°C|
|Moons||Ariel, Belinda, Bianca, Caliban, Cordelia, Cressida, Cupid, Desdemona, Ferdinand, Francisco, Juliet, Mab, Margaret, Miranda, Oberon, Ophelia, Perdita, Portia, Prospero, Puck, Rosalind, Setebos, Stephano, Sycorax, Titania, Trinculo, Umbriel; other small moons|
|Notes||Categorised as an ice giant, the seventh major planet of the Solar System, orbiting the Sun between Saturn and Neptune|
A view of Uranus. The small, rocky body in the foreground is Belinda, one of a number of small
moons in close orbit of the planet.
The third of the gas giants, in terms of size and of distance from the Sun, Uranus
is a cold, gaseous world, orbiting in the depths of the Solar System.
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Surface maps courtesy Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Copyright © California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA. All rights reserved.