Uranus is visible to the naked eye for a few days this week. Caption Close Uranus is visible to the naked eye for a few days ...
This week will be a fine time to try and seek it out, especially since it is now favorably placed for viewing in our ...
Uranus has only been visited by human probes once, and while we long to go back, there is still much we can do in exploring ...
Uranus is known as the “sideways planet” because it rotates on its side. Uranus was discovered in 1781 by William Herschel.
Uranus will appear in the constellation Aries, the Ram, about 12 degrees left of the much brighter Mars. (Extend your arm and ...
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly labeled Uranus as a gas giant. It is considered an ice giant although, according to NASA, it does not have a true surface and is mostly ...
Stargazers, including those without binoculars or a telescope, have a chance to see one of our solar system's outermost planets for the next few days: Uranus. It's barely visible to the naked eye ...