Credit: MARK GARLICK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Animation showing the relative sizes of the Earth and Uranus. Earth has a diameter of some 12,742 kilometres, making it the largest of the rocky terrestrial planets. Uranus is an ice giant, four times Earth's width, with a diameter of 51,120 km. Uranus has a thin ring system composed of dark particles. Uranus orbits the Sun at a distance of some three billion kilometres, twenty times the Earth-Sun distance.

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Earth and Uranus compared

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