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Based on scientific knowledge as of 2014, it is not possible for humans to live on Uranus. As a gas giant, Uranus lacks a solid surface for landing spacecraft or building long-term habitation facilities.

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Uranus does not support life because it has strong gravity and tremendously cold temperatures. There is in addition energy from lightning and ultraviolet light. Uranus is also made of ethane, methane and other complicate...

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Fleas can jump on humans and occasionally bite them, but they do not live on humans. Fleas prefer the deep fur of a cat, dog or other animal, though they jump on humans who are nearby.

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Uranus has a radius of 15,759.2 miles, which is almost four times that of Earth, and it has a circumference of 99,018.1 miles. It has a volume of about 16.39 cubic miles, which makes it 63 times more voluminous than Eart...

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Uranus has a hot surface. The surface temperature of Uranus is estimated to be around 4,200 degrees Fahrenheit. The surface of this planet also has strong winds that can be well over 500 miles per hour, and an air pressu...

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As of 2014, Uranus has an atmospheric temperature minimum of -224 degrees Celsius, making it the coldest planet in the solar system. The planet's upper atmosphere is mostly covered by a haze of methane, which hides storm...

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The planet Uranus is named after the god Ouranos, or Uranus, from ancient Greek mythology. Uranus is the only planet in the solar system to be named after a god from Greek mythology rather than from Roman mythology.

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