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Uranus seen from Titania, illustration. From the night-time surface of Titania, the crescent discs of Uranus and its three innermost large moons glow steadily overhead. Though the planet appears about 13 times larger than our Moon does from Earth it shines as bright as only two full Moons, so feeble is the sunlight.
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