How far is Uranus from the Sun?


Uranus is approximately 3 billion kilometers from the sun.
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First of all, the distance between celestial bodies is calculated as mean distance. It is the mean or average distance between the nearest and farthest distance between two celestial
Uranus is 1.7 billion miles from the Sun.
Uranus' average distance is 1.78 billion miles from the sun, and takes 84 years to go around once!
69 trillion miles.
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Like most planets in the Solar System, Uranus has an elliptical orbit. When its at it's closest point, Uranus is 171 billion miles away from the sun. At it's furthest point, its 186 billion miles away. You can find more information here:
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