Jupiter and Uranus have a lot in common. For example, Jupiter and Uranus both have rings made out of bits of rocks, gasses, ice, and dust! Another thing Jupiter and Uranus have in common is that they are both outer planets! The outer planets are the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth planets. Jupiter and Uranus are also considered big planets! They both have a lot of moons too! Lastly, Jupiter and Uranus are mostly made out of liquid and gasses.
Did you ever wonder what the differences between Jupiter and Uranus are? Well, Jupiter is the fifth planet away from the sun and Uranus is the seventh planet away from the sun. Also, Jupiter is 483,800,000 miles (778,500,000 km) away from the sun, and Uranus is 1,787,000,000 miles (2,877,000,000 km) away.
Another thing that Jupiter and Uranus don’t have in common is that Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter is known as the “The king of the Solar System.” All the planets can fit in Jupiter. On the other hand, Uranus is just the third largest planet in the solar system. Also, Jupiter has 63 moons and Uranus only has 27 moons. Jupiter is also slightly warmer than Uranus.
Isn’t it interesting to know the differences and similarities between Jupiter and Uranus? Now, it is your turn to tell me what they have in common!