Why is Uranus blue?

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Why is Uranus blue?

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Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun in our solar system. It is classified as an ice giant. Uranus is more than 1.9 billion miles from the Sun. It takes Uranus the equivalent of 30,687 Earth days just to orbit the Sun one time.

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Uranus's Moons, Rings, Atmosphere & Rotation

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