Can humans live on Uranus?


Life as we know it could not exist on Uranus. Uranus is inhospitable and made up of 80 percent ice, including ice in the forms of water, ammonia and methane, around a core that is small and rocky.

Uranus is very far from Earth. The spacecraft Voyager 2 launched in August of 1977 and took until January of 1986 to make its closest approach to the planet.

Uranus has the distinction of being the coldest planet in our solar system. According to NASA, the average temperature on Uranus is -350 degrees Fahrenheit. It is also very windy, with wind speeds of up to 360 miles per hour.

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