What is the size of the planet Uranus?
Features of Uranus:
Uranus, the seventh planet from the sun in our solar system, is an unusual planet. Not only is it a giant ball of frozen gas, it's actually colder than Neptune, the one planet that's even farther from the sun, and Pluto, the dwarf planet even further away from the sun in the Kuiper Belt. Like Saturn, Uranus has rings but they are such a dark material that they don't reflect light we can see with standard telescopes. Finally, Uranus rolls along its orbit on its side like a ball rather than on its southern axis like a top.
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from Science for KidsChapter 8 / Lesson 33