Uranus' Natural Satellites

Uranus has 27 named moons.

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Name Diameter Mass Distance from Uranus
Cordelia 26 km unknown 49,772 km
Ophelia 32 km unknown 53,794 km
Bianca 44 km unknown 59,173 km
Cressida 66 km unknown 61,777 km
Desdemona 58 km unknown 62,676 km
Juliet 84 km unknown 64,350 km
Portia 110 km unknown 66,090 km
Rosalind 54 km unknown 69,943 km
Cupid 10 km unknown 74,800 km
Belinda 68 km unknown 75,256 km
Perdita 20 km unknown 76,420 km
Puck 154 km unknown 86,006 km
Mab 10 km unknown 97,734 km
Miranda 480 x 468 x 466 km 6.3 x 1019 kg 129,800 km
Ariel 1,162 x 1,156 x 1,156 km 1.27 x 1021 kg 191,200 km
Umbriel 1,170 km 1.27 x 1021 kg 266,000 km
Titania 1,578 km 3.49 x 1021 kg 435,800 km
Oberon 1,522 km 3.03 x 1021 kg 582,600 km
Francisco 22 km unknown 4,276,000 km
Caliban 80 km unknown 7,164,647 km
Stephano 30 km unknown 7,948,000 km
Trinculo 10 km unknown 8,578,000 km
Sycorax 160 km unknown 12,213,000 km
Margaret 20 km unknown 14,345,000 km
Prospero 40 km unknown 16,568,000 km
Setabos 40 km unknown 17,681,000 km
Ferdinand 21 km unknown 20,901,000 km

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