What Is the Size of Uranus Compared to Earth?

What Is the Size of Uranus Compared to Earth?

The circumference of the planet Uranus at its equator is 99,018.1 miles, or about four times the circumference of Earth. Its mass is approximately 15 times that of Earth, but Earth is four times more dense.

The surface area of Uranus is 3,120,894,516 square miles, about 16 times that of Earth's surface, and its volume is 42,460,999,916,448 cubic miles, about 63 times that of Earth. The seventh planet from the sun, Uranus is the coldest planet, with an average temperature of 357 degrees Fahrenheit. It is situated 19 times farther from the sun than Earth is, and it takes Uranus about 84 years to orbit the sun once.