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Moons and Rings of Uranus
A look at how the moons and rings of Uranus affect the visibility of it.
# 120855 | 500 words | 2 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Astronomy (Physics) , Astronomy (The Solar System)

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This paper examines how the moons and rings of Uranus would affect designing a calendar based on the viewing of it. The paper also discusses why there are no tides in small bodies of water and what causes tides in the ocean.

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"Based on the visibility of Uranus from Earth, given the fact that it is the furthest planet from the Sun and that it has nine rings which have been shown to be capable of substantially attenuating the starlight of stars as the planet passes in front of them, visibility of the planet may not always be possible or reliable enough on which to base a calendar. (Beatty O'Leary and Chaikin) The rings may..."

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