The planet Uranus is named for the Greek god of the sky, Uranus, or, in ancient Greek, Ouranos. Uranus was equivalent to the Roman god of the sky, named Caelus or Coelus .
The planet Uranus is named after the god Uranus.
Uranus was named after the roman god of the sky and Mars was named after the roman god of war.
The planet Uranus was named for a Greek god. Uranus was the oldest of the Greek gods.
None. The planet Uranus was named after the Roman god, also called Uranus.
Uranus is named after the Greek god named Uranus or Ouranos, who was the primal god of the sky.
It so happens tha Uranus is his Roman name.
uranus was named after the roman god of the sky Deity and in 2006 mark anderson named it uranus
Earth and possibly Uranus.Only Earth is not named after a Roman God. Uranus was the God of the sky.
after the Roman god your anus
All the planets in our solar system are named after Roman gods. Actually Uranus and Earth are not named after a Roman god. Uranus was named after the Greek god of the sky. Uranus' Roman equivalent is Caelus. Earth comes from a an old German/English word meaning ground.
Uranus is named for the Greek god of the sky, Uranus. The planets are named for Greek and Roman gods.
Uranus was named after the Greek god of the sky. It is the only planet named directly after a Greek God instead of its Roman counterpart.
They were named after great Shakespearian actors; also, Uranus is the only planet not to be named after a roman god, it is infact, named after a greek god.
Earth and Uranus.
No. Uranus (Or more correctly Ouranos) was a Greek god. His Roman counterpart (at least in part) was Saturnus.
Uranus was the Roman god of the sky. (Rome, unlike Greece, had a chief god and a god of the sky)(edit) The Roman god of the sky is Jupiter... Uranus is named after the Greek god of the sky.Source= High school history andhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UranusIt is named after the ancient Greek deity of the sky Uranus (Greek Mythology).Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uranus
Uranus, after Ouranous Uranus is also the name of a Greek god, the god of the sky.
Uranus is both the Greek and the Roman name.
its not a god,it was ouranus.father of kronos.
Uranus was named after the Roman (or possibly Greek) god of the sky, Uranus. It is pronounced yer-uh-nis
The mother earth and the father sky...
Uranus was named after the Greek god Uranus.
Yes. It is thanks to the Greek/Roman god it was named after.
The only planet not named after a Roman god is earth. Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune were named after Roman gods. Venus was named after a Roman goddess. Pluto, which has had it's status as a planet removed was also named after a Roman god.
The planet Uranus is named for the Greek god of the sky. This was to follow the history of naming planets for Roman and Greek gods.