(Answer) Why is Uranus blue?

Quiz Question: Why is Uranus blue?

The given options are:

  • Its atmosphere contains methane
  • It’s covered in water
  • It’s frozen solid

Correct Answer: Its atmosphere contains methane

Info: This gassy planet has an atmosphere that’s made mostly of molecular hydrogen and atomic helium, with some methane. The methane absorbs the red light from the sun and reflects the blue light back into space.

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