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https://www.sciencealert.com/why-are-venus-and-uranus-spinning-in-the-wrong-direction

Oct 28, 2016 ... Venus spins on its axis from east to west, while Uranus is tilted so far ... Uranus originally rotated counter-clockwise – like Earth and the other ...

https://cosmoquest.org/x/365daysofastronomy/2015/04/30/apr-30th-why-do-venus-and-uranus-spin-the-wrong-way/

Apr 30, 2015 ... Well not all, since Uranus also rotates in a different way. If you look at the solar system from its north pole, then you will see all the planets orbiting ...

https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/venus/in-depth/

Only Venus and Uranus have this "backwards" rotation. It completes one rotation in 243 Earth days — the longest day of ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retrograde_and_prograde_motion

The exceptions – the planets with retrograde rotation – are Venus and Uranus. Venus's axial tilt is 177°, which means it is rotating almost exactly in the opposite  ...

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-venus-spins-the-wrong/

Jun 15, 2001 ... But scientists are still puzzled by Venus's retrograde, or backward, rotation. Now a team of scientists from the French research institute ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edtHf2Zdf7E

Jun 26, 2017 ... Venus and Uranus Rotate Clockwise because of opposite Pole.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/18/science/planets-spinning-the-wrong-way.html

Oct 17, 2016 ... The other is Uranus. The rotation of Venus is very slow, taking a little more than 243 Earth days to make a complete turn, while the planet's orbit ...

https://www.quora.com/Why-do-Venus-and-Uranus-rotate-clockwise-and-the-rest-of-the-planets-anticlockwise

Jul 15, 2015 ... Venus has an axial tilt of 177∘, so it rotates backwards compared to the majority of other planets. It also has an extremely slow rotation rate of one rotation every ...

https://astronomynow.com/2015/03/04/planets-venus-and-uranus-in-close-conjunction/

Mar 4, 2015 ... Mars lies 5° (or an average binocular field of view) to its lower right, but gas giant Uranus — just 0.1° away from Venus tonight — requires a ...

http://www.ucolick.org/~mountain/AAA/aaawiki/doku.php?id=why_do_some_planets_have_reverse_rotation

Jan 16, 2009 ... Uranus' rotational axis is tilted by slightly more than 90 degrees with respect to its orbital plane, i.e. it is rotating “on its side”. Venus is the only ...