What is the distance between Uranus and Neptune?

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What is the distance between Uranus and Neptune?

Distance and Orbits:

The distance between planets depends on where they are in their orbits around the sun and if they have elliptical orbits. When they are on opposite sides of the sun, they are usually at their furthest point from each other. However, they can come relatively close if they are at a point in their orbits when they are aligned on the same side of the sun.

Answer and Explanation:

Uranus and Neptune are separated by an average of 10.92 AU, astronomical units, from each other. Often, their distance is given as the average of...

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