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. 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 »

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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The circumference of the Earth, measured along a line of longitude, is just under 24,860 miles. Earth's equatorial circumference, however, is somewhat greater, at slightly less than 24,902 miles. This difference is a res... More »

The diameter of the Earth is 7,926 miles at the equator; however, if the diameter of the Earth is measured through the North and South Poles, the diameter is only 7,901 miles. This length is slightly shorter than the wid... More »

The circumference of Pluto is 4,494 miles at the equator. For comparison, the circumference of the Earth is 24,902 miles at the equator. The entire distance around Pluto is 365 miles less than the distance between Housto... More »

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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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