How many Earths can fit inside Uranus?
Uranus is a gassy icy giant planet with a rocky core. The planet shows no signs of supporting any kind of life. Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun and is surrounded by 13 rings and has around 27 moons.
Answer and Explanation:
Uranus can fit up to 63 Earths inside of it. Uranus was discovered in 1781, by astronomer William Herschell, with the aid of a telescope. The planet was later named by another astronomer, Johann Bode; He named it Uranus after the Greek god ''of the sky.''
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from Basics of AstronomyChapter 2 / Lesson 7