Uranus from orbit
Star Sol
Type Ice giant
Satellites 27
Gravity 0.91 G
Orbital distance 19 AU
Day length 17 hours
Year length 84 Earth years
Diameter 51,118 km
Axial tilt 97.77°
Average 53 K
Minimum 49 K
Maximum 57 K
Atmosphere composition 83% hydrogen, 15% helium, 2% methane
Surface pressure Unknown
Factions Eteno Imperial Triumvirate
Population None
Major imports None
Major exports None

Uranus is the seventh planet of the Sol system. It has a featureless surface, but 27 moons.

Physical characteristicsEdit

What makes Uranus stand out is its enormous axial tilt of just over 90 degrees. It appears to rotate on its side as a result, and its ring system is nearly vertical.

Uranus mostly consists of hydrogen, helium and methane in the upper atmosphere as well as water, ammonia and methane ices in the lower levels. It has a solid core of silicate rock.


Uranus has 27 moons named after the works of Alexander Pope and Shakespeare. Its five main satellites are Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania and Oberon.