Does Uranus have any volcanoes?
Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun in our solar system. It's about 1.85 billion miles from the Sun. Uranus, which was discovered in 1781, is classified as an ice giant.
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There are no volcanoes on Uranus. Two of its moons, Ariel and Miranda, are believed to have ice volcanoes which spew frozen water, ammonia, and...
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from General Studies Earth & Space Science: Help & ReviewChapter 1 / Lesson 7