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Uranus sure could be the ideal place for an unusual, if not challenging, game of baseball.  Bands of clouds blow rapidly around this blue planet; imagine what that would do to your baseball!  The field would be interesting, as Uranus has very dark rings, much like Jupiter.  Watch out for the rocky and icy surface that are on this planet's surface.  The magnetic field on Uranus is not centered like the other planets, but is tilted 60 degrees.  While you are on this interesting planet, make sure you take a look into the atmoshpere, Uranus had 15 known moons!  There has only been one expedition to this planet, so take some notes and fill us in!

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