Does neptune or uranus spin on the side?
uranus spins on its sides.
Uranus spins on its side all the time.
The orbits of Uranus and Neptune are next to each other. This means that when they are on the same side of the sun, Uranus is closest to Neptune but it also means that when they are on opposite sides of the sun, Uranus is furthest from Neptune.
The planets are always moving as they orbit the sun, so this answer keeps changing. For example, when Uranus and Neptune are on the same side of the sun, and Jupiter is on the opposite side, then Uranus and Neptune would be closest. However, if Neptune were on the far side of the sun, then Uranus and Jupiter would be closest. When Uranus and Neptune are at their closest, they're separated by (rough numbers) about… Read More
Venus Uranus Pluto all spin backwards (clockwise) Mercury, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune all spin forwards (counter-clockwise)
No! Uranus rotates on its side
Uranus spins backwards and on its side [sideways]
Unlike Uranus and Neptune, Pluto is small compared to Earth. It is not made our of gas, another fact unlike the two bigger planets. Neptune has storms which Uranus and Pluto don't have. Uranus is tipped on its side unlike Neptune and Pluto.
SAME:There are both blue, and they have rings. Different: Neptune has storms, and not tipped on its side unlike Uranus.
Uranus doesn't appear to spin on its side because it is clearly visible that it spins on its side.
Nope, that would be Uranus.
Earth and Neptune both spin anti-clockwise when viewed from above the Solar System. However, Uranus appears to spin clockwise, because its axis is tipped over by more than 90 degrees (98, in fact.) This is probably because a large object, perhaps a planet the size of Earth, knocked into it early in its history and tipped it over in its orbit.
Every planet in our solar system rotates counterclockwise except Venus and Uranus.
Scientist aren't sure yet but they have a theory that a huge comet or asteroid collided with the blue planet causing it to spin on its side.
Uranus spins on a 97 degree angle or on its side.
A comet hit it billions of years ago.
yes...we get uranus and neptune. :) Americans get the moon? we get URANUS AND NEPTUNE.
Neptune is bigger than Uranus.
No one knows for sure but there is a theory that Uranus got hit thousands of years ago and the impact left Uranus spinning on its side.
Uranus and Neptune are the 7th and 8th planets from the Sun and are the farthest away.
Uranus is a little bit bigger if you measure it with Neptune, but even though Uranus is bigger- Neptune is actually heavier if you measure their weight. Which means even if Uranus is bigger, Neptune is heavier.
Uranus is bigger than Neptune
Uranus is a greenish blue, and Neptune is blue.
(Uranus -227) (Neptune -218)
When they are all in the same parts of their orbits, Neptune and Saturn are closest. However, it occasionally works out that Earth can be closest to Uranus, if Jupiter, Saturn, Mars and Neptune are all of the other side of the Sun.
Saturn is on one side (the closest to the sun), Neptune is on the other.
Well Uranus is -227F Neptune is -218F But Uranus is 387,238,899,235 kilometers away from the sun and Neptune is 412,172,645,428 kilometers from the sun
Uranus that rotates on its side takes 17 hours and 14 minutes (Earth Time).
Yes, Uranus is the closest planet to Neptune.
Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun, and Neptune is the eighth.
Uranus was discovered in 1781 and Neptune was discovered in 1846.
They both are blue in colour.
No. Venus has retrograde rotation, meaning it spins in the opposite direction from the other planets. Uranus spins on its side.
The Greek name for Uranus is Uranus, or Ouranos. The Greek name for neptune is poseidon.
Neptune −201 °C. Uranus −197.2 °C.
Uranus has 27 moons and Neptune has 13 moons
uranus to neptune is 1,600 million kilometers apart
Yes, Uranus is the 7th planet, and Neptune is the 8th planet.
The nickname that is given to Uranus and Neptune is "ice giants."
I believe it can because Uranus is slightly smaller than Neptune.
Neptune has a smaller diameter than Uranus but it is more massive. This is because Neptune has a larger density than Uranus.
Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun. Neptune is the 8th planet from the sun. Therefore Uranus is closer to Earth than Neptune.
Uranus spin is different from all the other planets. Instead of spinning like a top, it spins like a wheel. Its north and south poles stick out to the side. Scientists think Uranus spins this way because a long time ago a large object collided with Uranus and knocked it over.
Yes Uranus is slightly larger then Neptune, the planet.
Yes, there are rings on Jupiter and Neptune, and sideways rings on Uranus.
Voyager 2 got photos of Uranus and Neptune.
Uranus is facing sideways and is a bit warmer than Neptune
Saturn is in front of Uranus and Neptune is behind. It is possible that Uranus and Neptune may have switched orbits not once , but several times.
because a long time ago, an earth-sized object collided with it and made Uranus tilt sideways from that day on...:(
Venus and Uranus spin awkwardly compared to the other planets in the solar system. It all comes down to when the solar system and the planets were formed, they were averagely hit at a certain angle causing Venus to rotate in reverse axis and Uranus to rotate on it side axis.
They have the same gas which makes it blue. Neptune affected Uranus by th force.