Uranus takes 17 Earth hours to rotate. It takes 84 Earth years for it to orbit around the sun, and it rotates horizontally. More »

Venus and Uranus are the two planets that rotate clockwise about the sun when looked at from above the North Pole. The other six planets in the solar system rotate counterclockwise. More »

Uranus orbits the sun tilted on its side. This planet is composed mainly of the gases helium, hydrogen and methane. Its bluish-green color is due to the presence of methane. More »

According to NASA, Saturn makes a complete rotation about every 10.7 hours, and it rotates the same direction as Earth does, just a lot faster. More »

Uranus is the smallest of the gas planets, but its diameter of 51,118 kilometers is still four times longer than the Earth's, according to Universe Today. The volume of Uranus is massive, as it could hold 63 Earths insid... More »

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A year on Uranus is equivalent to 84 Earth years, as it takes that long for Uranus to make one revolution around the sun. A day on Uranus is equivalent to about 17 Earth hours. More »

Both Earth and Uranus are spherical, orbit the sun and tilt on their axes. Though the time to orbit the sun by the Earth is a year, it takes Uranus 84 Earth years to do the same. More »