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This image of Uranus was obtained in 2005 by the Hubble Space Telescope. Rings, southern collar and a bright cloud in the northern hemisphere are visible.

Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun. It spins on its side, which means North and South are where East and West should be and East and West are where North and South should be

NASA artist concept of moons, rings orbiting the planet Uranus

NASA artist concept of moons, rings orbiting the planet Uranus The new rings are labeled and The newly-discovered moons are Mab and Cupid. Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Showalter of the SETI Institute.

hubble image of uranus

Hubble image of Uranus. around Uranus. Everyone has now seen Uranus, and its rings.



A misbehaving spiralDespite its unassuming appearance, the edge-on spiral galaxy captured in the left half of this NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image is actually quite remarkable.

42 Mind-Blowing Photos Of Space From The Hubble Telescope: several hundred never before seen galaxies

<b>Cosmic eye candy.</b> This week marks the anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope way back in Thanks, Hubble, for providing us with "whoa" fodder for 22 years!

Wrapped in an atmosphere tinted pale blue by high-altitude methane, Uranus has occasionally been observed to develop large storms in its frigid windy skies. NASA’s Voyager 2 saw a few small storm c…

Infrared image of Uranus acquired from the Keck Observatory on Aug. 6 2014 (Imke de Pater (UC Berkeley)/Keck Observatory) Colored with Voyager true-color data.