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 over, ... objects (perhaps other planets) that sent them spinning in different directions. ... This could also explain why the planet's moons rotate at the same ...

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 ...

https://www.space.com/45-uranus-seventh-planet-in-earths-solar-system-was-first-discovered-planet.html

Oct 18, 2017 ... One "star" seemed different, and within a year Uranus was shown to follow a planetary orbit. Uranus was named after the Greek sky deity ...

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

Retrograde motion in astronomy is, in general, orbital or rotational motion of an object in the ... Prograde satellites of Uranus orbit in the direction Uranus rotates, which is retrograde to the Sun. .... As of 2012, data is available for less than 200 asteroids and the different methods of determining the orientation of poles often ...

https://www.space.com/13231-planet-uranus-knocked-sideways-impacts.html

Oct 10, 2011 ... The tilted planet Uranus was likely knocked onto its side by a series of impacts ... Its spin axis is tilted by a whopping 98 degrees, meaning it ...

https://io9.gizmodo.com/how-uranus-got-knocked-on-its-side-5847495

Oct 6, 2011 ... Uranus's spin axis lies 98 degrees off of its orbital plane with the Sun. No other planet is tilted more than 30 degrees off its axis, with the Earth ...

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

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

http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/legal-information/56-our-solar-system/planets-and-dwarf-planets/general-questions/247-what-direction-do-planets-rotate-beginner

Every planet in our solar system except for Venus and Uranus rotates counter- clockwise as seen from above the North Pole; that is to say, from west to east.

https://www.universetoday.com/130175/why-is-uranus-on-its-side/

Aug 5, 2016 ... Having such a huge axial tilt makes a big different to Uranus. As it travels around the Sun in its 84-year orbit, the planet still has its poles ...

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

Uranus is the only planet whose equator is nearly at a right angle to its orbit, with a tilt of 97.77 degrees—possibly the ...