A polar cyclone is swirling on Uranus, further showing that the planet's atmosphere is a hive of hidden activity.
A reanalysis of Voyager data suggests that four of Uranus moons may have oceans tucked between their cores and icy crusts.
Viewers in some parts of the world may see Uranus disappear behind the moon for several hours on Wednesday, Sept. 14 in a 'lunar occultation' event.
It's a rare opportunity to see the Red Planet and the green planet in the same binocular field of view.
Reference Uranus is a strange world in the solar system that spins on its side. A new probe that will visit Uranus in the coming decades could unlock even more secrets about this peculiar planet.
A recent discovery of giant ammonia-rich hailstones, dubbed mushballs, on Jupiter might explain why Uranus and Neptune seem to have no ammonia in their atmospheres.
Astronomers detected X-rays flaring out of Uranus for the first time. It could be a case of solar scattering, or some as-yet unknown process.
Astronomers have worked out details of the giant impact that knocked Uranus so famously askew.
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