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The Tilted Planet
Uranus is the only giant planet whose equator is nearly at right angles to its orbit. A collision with an Earth-sized object may explain the unique tilt. Nearly a twin in size to Neptune, Uranus has more methane in its mainly hydrogen and helium atmosphere than Jupiter or Saturn. Methane gives Uranus its blue tint.

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8 Oct 2002 New Moon Over Uranus International Astronomical Union
20 Dec 2001 Uranus 'Loses' a Moon: The 'New' Official Moon Count of the Solar System The Planetary Society
21 Aug 2001 Uranus, Neptune, and the Mountains of the Moon Planetary Science Research Discoveries
26 Mar 2001 The New Aerial Explorers: Self-Inflating Solar-Heated Balloons Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Jan 2001 Fifteenth Anniversary of Voyager 2 Flyby of Uranus in 1986 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10 Dec 2000 Four Additional Moons Discovered Orbiting Saturn SpaceFlight Now
22 Sep 2000 Interplanetary Fall Science@NASA
15 Aug 2000 Moons and Craters Named International Astronomical Union
30 Sep 1999 UC Berkeley Researchers Report Experimental Evidence for Diamond Showers on Neptune and Uranus University of California at Berkeley
7 Sep 1999 Another Moon for Uranus, Third This Year Space.com
31 Aug 1999 Visit the New Voyager: The Grandest Tour Website Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Jul 1999 Astronomers Discover Two New Moons Around Uranus McMaster University
29 Mar 1999 Huge Spring Storms Rouse Uranus from Winter Hibernation NASA Headquarters
16 Dec 1998 GALILEO EUROPA MISSION STATUS Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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8 Oct 2002 New Moon Over Uranus International Astronomical Union
20 Dec 2001 Uranus 'Loses' a Moon: The 'New' Official Moon Count of the Solar System The Planetary Society
21 Aug 2001 Uranus, Neptune, and the Mountains of the Moon Planetary Science Research Discoveries
26 Mar 2001 The New Aerial Explorers: Self-Inflating Solar-Heated Balloons Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Jan 2001 Fifteenth Anniversary of Voyager 2 Flyby of Uranus in 1986 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10 Dec 2000 Four Additional Moons Discovered Orbiting Saturn SpaceFlight Now
22 Sep 2000 Interplanetary Fall Science@NASA
15 Aug 2000 Moons and Craters Named International Astronomical Union
30 Sep 1999 UC Berkeley Researchers Report Experimental Evidence for Diamond Showers on Neptune and Uranus University of California at Berkeley
7 Sep 1999 Another Moon for Uranus, Third This Year Space.com
31 Aug 1999 Visit the New Voyager: The Grandest Tour Website Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Jul 1999 Astronomers Discover Two New Moons Around Uranus McMaster University
29 Mar 1999 Huge Spring Storms Rouse Uranus from Winter Hibernation NASA Headquarters
16 Dec 1998 GALILEO EUROPA MISSION STATUS Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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