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.
Use the scrollbar on the right of this window to explore the moons of Uranus, shown to scale. (Values shown are mean distances from Uranus, though note that several of the planet's outer satellites have eccentricorbits).