the orbit of uranus is sideways and the way the orbit of the planet and the gravity and ive seen in books of the planet uranus the rings are parelel of the poles or the axis is tipped on the side ..the poles of uranus is not north and south .but they are east and west .
it is the farthest from the sun and is very cold .It is farther away but uranus is colder;which gives it a unique characteristic.Although it is the farthest planet it is not the coldest. that's a cool characteristic
Yes, Uranus is considered unique in that it rotates in a direction perpendicular to the rest of the planets in our solar system. Its poles are located where our equator lies, and its equator passes through where our poles lie.
It depends on the direction. Neptune is the next planet away from the Sun after Uranus. Saturn is the next planet nearer to the Sun after Uranus. The order is: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune and Pluto but that is not classed as a planet it is now a dwarf planet