Fascinating Uranus: Unveiling the Mysteries of the Ice Giant

Uranus stands as a unique planet in the solar system, primarily distinguished by its drastic 98-degree axial tilt, which causes it to orbit the Sun on its side. This unusual orientation leads to extreme seasonal variations, with each pole experiencing 42 years of sunlight followed by 42 years of darkness. Lying at an average distance …

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