What Color Is Uranus?

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Uranus is light blue in the picture.Methane possesses prominent absorption bands in the visible and near-infrared (IR) making Uranus aquamarine or cyan in color.
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Uranus's color is actually a gray-blue, caused by methane gas.
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The core of the planet Uranus is thought to be made up of liquid rock about the size of Earth. The surface is mostly water, hydrogen, and helium with a little methane gas and ammonia
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Saturn is a mix of yellow and dark blue and Uranus is completely blue.
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Food coloring is just basically a food dye that is used to change the color of you food or dishes. It is used in things like icing for cakes and also thing like Easter eggs.
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Uranus is light blue.
The color comes from methane clouds.
Other Planets:
The color of Uranus is a baby blue color, due to the methane gas that it's clouds are made up of. At certain times, some telescopes will pick the planet up with a color of light blue and pale green.
The atmosphere on Uranus gives it a beautiful blueish green color. It is actually the methane, which is the third most common element on Uranus that causes it to have this color.
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