Does Uranus have a surface, or is it possible to go all the way to the core?
- 4 days ago
NVM, I actually laughed this time!
- JimLv 74 weeks ago
Honest answer? It might not even have a solid core. I might have liquid metalic hydrogen or other exotic core.
We don't have the technology to find out yet.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
You would find that before you got all the way down, the pressure would get too high and you'd have to pull up.
- nineteenthlyLv 74 weeks ago
Yes, he has a surface several thousand kilometres beneath the cloud tops consisting of various ices such as water and ammonia.
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- Ronald 7Lv 74 weeks ago
No more Uranus Jokes
It is the Coldest of all our Local Planets and probably the weirdest
In its formation it must have suffered a Severe Collision which knocked it clean over on its side
So it kind of Rolls around the Sun
For half of its Orbit, one pole faces the Sun and Vice Versa
With a freezing thick Atmosphere, its core is thought to be of dense Rock and Ice
And it shows no sign of Radiation
Leaving it colder than Neptune or Pluto
- 1 month ago
I don't know, but I hear that the gas from Uranus smells really bad.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Ha! Uranus joke! Good one, fella. Keep 'em coming. We LOVE Uranus jokes in this section!
- WillLv 71 month ago
Neither. A strong probe would just keep going in until the gas pressure prevents it from moving further. Or until it gets crushed. Either way, that would be long before reaching the core.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
you might be able to find that info online
- rodcomLv 61 month ago
If you are nice to me, I might let you go all the way to the core.