Uranus has five moons-Miranda,Ariel,Umbriel, Titania,and Oberon.There 13 irregularly shaped outer moons and 9 small moons within its rings.
No sun doesn't revolve to any celestial body, but the celestial body revolve around the sun.
No, Uranus does not orbit around any plants. Uranus doesorbit around the sun.
the myth is that there are blue clouds around uranus
Yes Uranus has rings. I think there are about 11. I am not sure.
The Sun together with the group of celestial bodies that are held by its attraction and revolve around it, or a group of celestial bodies revolving around any star.
No manned spacecrafts have visited on the face of any celestial object other than the Earth's moon.
The planet Mars is gravitationally bound to the Sun. The Sun is the primary celestial body in our solar system. All the planets in the solar system (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) revolve around the Sun.
Uranus is a planet. It does not have any stars. Like Earth, it orbits around the Sun, which is a star. The Sun does not belong to any planet.
no there are not any storms on uranus
No there isn't any oxygen on Uranus.
There is no evidence that Uranus has any life.
Uranus does not have any craters
Uranus doesn't have any active plate tectonics. Uranus is made out of gas and does not contain any solid surfaces.
The planet Uranus would have no holes. Uranus's composition is around 83% hydrogen, 15% helium and 2% methane. These are all gases and Uranus is basically a giant atmosphere. Therefore, without a surface, Uranus wouldn't have any holes.
Yes. The area around the ends of the axis of any planets are considered poles.
The planet Uranus does not have any rings. Only Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune have rings around them and those rings are made up of gases.
A celestial body is any physical body beyond the earth's atmosphere.
No there are not. There is no land in Uranus. It is a gas planet.
Planets are not satellites. The definition of satellite is any celestial body orbiting around a planet or star.
People lived on Uranus.
No. Uranus is a gas giant, which means it does not have a surface.
We have never found any signs of life on Uranus.
There isn't any spots on Uranus.