Can Humans Live on Uranus?

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Humans cannot live in Uranus because of the harsh conditions that are not capable of supporting life. There is no free oxygen as the gases there are only hydrogen, helium and methane. In addition, the wind speed and atmospheric pressure are too high for any humans to survive. It is the 7th planet from the sun and the 3rd largest planetary radius.
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Humans can't live on Uranus as there is no air, and the planet is made up mostly of gas, I believe.
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1. Fill a large pot with water and set on the stove top. Set the stove burner to high temperature to boil the water. 2. Fill a large, wide bucket with ice, then pour in enough water
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Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun, and the third-largest and fourth
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It is unlikely that humans could live on Uranus. There is no solid surface, since it consists of mostly ices of methane and water. It is also extremely cold (-224 degress Celsius).
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