Uranus is one planet that spins on its side, although there is another famous dwarf planet named Pluto that also spins on its side. Uranus was first discovered as a planet on March 12, 1781. Its axis of rotation is in fact tilted sideways and its north and south poles are located where most planets have their equators.
Uranus, though unfortunately no one really knows why. Pluto also has a horizontal axis so it rolls on its side as well. However, Pluto is now classified as a dwarf planet so Uranus is the only planet of the 7 that spins this way.
Uranus is the only planet which rotates on its side, with an axial tilt of 97.86 degrees.
The planet Uranus spins on its side.
Uranus, because it spins on it's side.
Uranus spins on its side
how does the planet mercury's spins?
Uranus spins on a 97 degree angle or on its side.
It's the only known planet that spins clockwise (backwards)
Uranus - its axial tilt of 98 degrees means that it is tilted on its side as it orbits the sun.
Gravitational pull causes the vortex depending on which side of the planet your on which way the vortex will spin
In the Sol solar system, Uranus. This is thought to be due to a collision early in its history.