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Uranus in Orbiter
Name Uranus
Reference body Sun
Number of satellites
Planetary mean orbits
Epoch J2000 (1 January 2000)
Semimajor axis (a) 19.19126393 AU
(2.87097222×1012 km)
Eccentricity (e) 0.04716771
Inclination (i) 0.76986°
(0.0134366 radian)
Longitude of the ascending node (LAN, ☊) 74.22988°
(1.295556 radian)
Longitude of periapsis (ϖ) 170.96424°
(2.983889 radian)
Mean longitude (L) 313.23218°
(5.466933 radian)
Planetary orbital element centennial rates
Semimajor axis (a) 0.00152025 AU/Century
Eccentricity (e) -0.00019150 Century-1
Inclination (i) -2.09 seconds/Century
Longitude of the ascending node (LAN, ☊) -1681.40 seconds/Century
Longitude of periapsis (ϖ) 1312.56 seconds/Century
Mean longitude (L) 1542547.79 seconds/Century
Selected physical parameters
Mean radius 25362.0±12 km
Mass 8.6832054×1025 kg
Density 1.318 g/cm3
Sidereal rotation period 17.24±0.01 hours
Sidereal orbit period 83.747407 years
Magnitude V(1,0) -7.19
Geometric albedo 0.51
Equatorial gravity 8.69±0.001 m/s2
Escape velocity 21.3 km/s
Rotation elements
North pole right ascension (α) 259.29°
North pole declination (δ) -15.09°
Obliqutiy of ecliptic 82.19°
Longitude of Sun's transit 167.62°
Atmospheric parameters
Surface Pressure >>104 kPa
Surface Density ~0.42 kg/m3 at 1 bar
Scale height 27.7 km
Average temperature ~58 K
Wind speeds 0.200 m/s
Ecliptic position from primary*
Note *Elements given are from Orbiter.pdf (2016)

Uranus in Orbiter

Uranus is the 7th planet from the Sun. It has at least 27 natural satellites.

see also: Wikipedia [1]

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