Are you wondering what it’s like to fall into Uranus? These scientists do it too

An image of Uranus taken by Voyager 2 on Jan. 14, 1986.

What would it be like to fall through the clouds of the ice giants in our solar system, Uranus or Neptune? Well, no one really knows, but we may be close to finding out.

We have landed, collided, or landed on the clouds of all the planets in the solar system except two: Uranus and Neptune. The furthest planets from the sun, these worlds are still shrouded in a certain degree of mystery. But this may change soon. This is because both NASA, in 2023-2032 Decadal Planetary Science SurveyAnd the European Space Agency, in Journey 2050 programmeThey stated that visiting these exoplanets is a top priority.

#wondering #fall #Uranus #scientists