What Is Uranus Made of?

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Uranus is the only planet in our solar system that was named after a figure in Greek mythology rather than Roman mythology. Discovered in 1781, Uranus, is made up of 85 percent hydrogen and 15 percent helium.
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Uranus is far from the sun, residing in the cold outer reaches of the solar system. It is a giant ball of gas, ice and liquid. According to Nasa.gov, scientists believe the surface
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helium and nitron gases and little pebbly rocks and other space junk.
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The outermost epsilon ring is made up of mostly of ice boulders. There is a
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Space dust. Bits and pieces of broken up planets, moons etc.
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Uranus most likely has a rocky core. It has a top layer of liquid composed of hydrogen, helium and water with trace amounts of ammonia and methane. Uranus does not have a crust.
Jupiter is made up of many different ices. Water, ammonia and methane are the most common. The rest of Uranus is made up of a rocky material.
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Uranus is made up of Hydrogen , Helium and contains higher proportion of ices like Water, Ammonia and the methane. Methane composition makes the planet color as ...
Uranus is mostly made up of various ices, like water, ammonia and methane. The mass of Uranus is around 14.5 times the mass of the Earth. Uranus has three layers ...
Uranus rings are made of extremely dark particles which vary in size from few micrometers to a fraction of meter. Thirteen planetary rings are there around Uranus ...
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