A Solar System Photo Gallery
Uranus and Its Satellites


Uranus is shown in this Voyager 2 image taken 17 January 1986 from 9,100,000 km away. (Credit: NASA, JPL)
Belinda is shown in this image by Voyager 2 taken in January 1986. Belinda is about 70 km across. (Credit: NASA, JPL)
Puck is shown in this image by Voyager 2 taken 24 January 1986 from 492,620 km. Puck is 150 km across. (Credit: NASA, JPL)
Miranda is seen here in image taken by Voyager 2 on 24 January 1986 from 147,000 km away. The south pole is in the lower center of the image. Miranda is unusual in having distinct geologic regions, some heavily cratered and some showing fault valleys and ridges. (Credit: NASA, JPL)
Ariel is seen in this color photomosaic taken by Voyager 2 on 24 January 1986 from 170,000 km away. Ariel is 1,200 km in diameter. (Credit: NASA, JPL)
Umbriel is seen here in a black-and-white image by Voyager 2 taken 24 January 1986 from 557,000 km away. Ariel is 1,200 km in diameter. (Credit: NASA, JPL)
Titania is seen in this image from Voyager 2 taken 24 January 1986 from 500,000 km away. Titania is 1,600 km in diameter. (Credit: NASA, JPL)
Oberon is seen here in a Voyager 2 image taken 24 January 1986 from 660,000 km away. (Credit: NASA, JPL)


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