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Topics: Astronomy, Uranus

Saturday, 17 April 2010

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A photograph of Uranus

Robert Pattinson has taken up Astronomy so he was surprised when he went to the first lesson and the lecturer Timothy Bottoms said "Today we are going to talk about Uranus".

Uranus is very very big its sixty three times bigger than earth, but compared to other planets in the Solar System, Uranus, is at the bottom of the list. Uranus is the coldest place in the Solar System, as probes sent to Uranus, have discovered that unlike other planets Uranus, does not have a molten core.

Evidence shows that Asteroids hit Uranus, frequently in the past so if you want to know more about Uranus take up Asstronomy.

It is possible to see Uranus with a pair of binoculars, in the night sky, if you know where to look.

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