Uranus rotates on it's side
Uranus is the planet in which it rotates tilted on its' side.
uranus rotates on it's side
Uranus is the only planet which rotates on its side, with an axial tilt of 97.86 degrees.
Uranus rotates nearly on its 'side'.
Uranus is the planet that rotates on its side. It takes Uranus 84 Earth years to fully revolve around the Sun.
The answer is Uranus. It tilts completely on its side.
No. It rotates in an axis that is about 23° tilted from perpendicular to the plane of the ecliptic. Uranus is the planet that is most tilted on its side, with an axial tilt of 97.77°.
It is the only such planet in our Solar system.
Venus, rotates or orbits around the sun on its side
Every planet except Venus and Uranus in our solar system rotates counterclockwise as viewed from above the North Pole of the planet. Venus has a slow clockwise rotation and Uranus rotates on its side.
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There really isn't one. But, Uranus rotates on its side. It still rotates in the same direction, just on its side.
If you mean "which side of planet Earth", that changes all the time, as Earth rotates.
Uranus has an axial tilt of 97.7 degrees, which means that it rotates "on its side" as it were.
Uranus. (Earth is not like that.)
It rotates on it's side K12 LOL
The planet rotates as the axis
Uranus is the only outer planet (and only planet in our solar system) that rotates on its side.
Not so. We are like this ---> /
Its rings are vertical and it rotates around on its side.
It has an axial tilt of 97.8 degrees, which means that it rotates on its side.
It rotates on its axis.
Venus rotates in a clockwise direction, unlike most of the others. Uranus rotates almost exactly on its side (It's pole is nearly within its orbital plane).
Pretty much every planet has an axis, because an axis is what a planet rotates around. Any planet that rotates has an axis, and pretty much every planet known rotates.
The planet is Jupiter. It rotates in just 10 hours.
Only one planet rotates on it's side and Jupiter isn't it. Verticlally is my answer.
uranus is a planet that rotates on its side!!!!!this means were there equator is is were our north and south poles are.
It rotates on its side, relative to the plane of the solar system. It is the only planet in the solar system that does this.
The planet Venus rotates counterclockwise. (This is if you are looking down at the planet's north pole.)
a planet rotates on its axis
Venus rotates "upside down" - meaning it rotates on its axis the opposite direction to its orbit around the sun. Uranus orbits somewhat on its side at an angle about 98 degrees to the ecliptic and is also considered retrograde.
Mercury has the widest in temperature swings. Venus is the hottest planet. Saturn is the planet with visible rings and lots of moons, jupiter is the largest planet (( duh)) Uranus rotates on it's side.
The gas planets are Jupiter, which is the biggest planet, Saturn, Uranus which rotates up and down not side to side, and finally Neptune.
Uranus, with a tilt of 98°. All planets have some tilt, but Uranus' tilt is so extreme, it rotates on its side.
No such planet that we know of rotates any way other than horizontally or vertically on an axis.
A planet rotates on its axis a point which travels through the north and the south of the planet. On earth the axis is found at the north and south pole of the earth.
The rings of Uranus appear to be vertical. This is because Uranus is tilted at 90 degrees, and rotates on its side.
No. All of the planets rotate. Uranus is unique in that, compared to the other planets, Uranus rotates on its side.
if a planet rotates on an axis 25 degress. what can u infer about its seasons
Unlike all the other planets and most of the moons in our Solar System Uranus spins on its side. It is believed that long ago a very large object smashed into this planet.
you don't want to know how my planet rotates ;)
There is no calculation for calculating how a plnet revoves with how it rotates
Venus is the planet that rotates slowest on its axis. It takes Venus longer to rotate on its axis than it takes the planet to orbit around the Sun.
Jupiter is the planet that rotates the fastest. It completes one rotation on its axis every 9.9 hours, and is also the biggest.
The planet that rotates from north to south is uranus. normal planets rotate from east to west. i hope this helps
No. Uranus is the only planet which rotates on an axis that is roughly parallel to its orbital plane.
The Earth rotates on its axis in one day. Strictly speaking that's the "sidereal day" not the "solar day". Also, by definition, each planet rotates once in a period that's the "sidereal day" for that particular planet.
when a planet rotates, it turns around in circles.
Uranus is tilted on its side by about 90 degrees. When observed from Earth, we would sometimes see the north or south pole in the "centre" of the planet.
It rotates on its side