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Comparison: Titania vs. Uranus

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Discovered By
W. Herschel
William Herschel
Date of Discovery
1787
13 March 1781
Average Orbit Distance
436,300 km
2,870,658,186 km
Perihelion/Perigee (closest)
435,820 km
2,734,998,229 km
Aphelion/Apogee (farthest)
436,780 km
3,006,318,143 km
Equatorial Radius
788.9 km
25,362 km
Equatorial Circumference
4,956.8 km
159,354.1 km
Volume
2,056,622,001 km3
68,334,355,695,584 km3
Mass
3,419,961,364,327,790,000,000 kg
86,810,300,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Density
1.662 g/cm3
1.270 g/cm3
Surface Area
7,820,846.75 km2
8,083,079,690 km2
Equatorial Surface Gravity
0.367 m/s2
8.87 m/s2
Escape Velocity
2,738 km/h
76,968 km/h
Mean Orbit Velocity
13,120.0 km/h
24,477 km/h
Orbit Eccentricity
0.0011
0.04725744
Orbit Inclination to Ecliptic
0.079 degree
0.77 degrees
Orbit Circumference
2,741,352.92 km
18,026,802,831 km

 

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Last Updated: 2 Apr 2014