Can Uranus Support Life?

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Uranus cannot support life. The pressures inside Uranus are vast at those temperatures, and would crush life. Life on Earth needs sunlight to provide energy. There's no practice inside Uranus, which would give life in the planet a form of energy.
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Uranus is a ball of gas - there is no solid place for life to exist in the first place. The temperature and atmosphere are also issues, and there is no water.
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You mean "life as we know it" In order to survive on Uranus, a life-form would have to be able to live on a very cold, dark, gaseous planet and be able to breathe methane
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Can you rephrase the question?
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There's no proof Mars cannot support life. It cannot support human life, but there may
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Uranus can not support life as we know it. First of all it does not have a solid surface. It has gasses made up of hydrogen and helium above an icy core. It is also to cold for human life.
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