Should Urados have an axial tilt similar to real life Uranus,i.e - Almost tilted to the orbital plane,making it look like rolling on its path.(here orbit).??
@5thHorseman I kinda meant that
@SupremeDorian Sounds familiar
Im pretty sure earth has one,
a ring of
Uranus does not roll like a ball on its orbit. It is sideways, but its axis does not always point at the sun like a rolling ball would. Half of its orbit, Uranus points its North Pole toward the sun, and the other half its South Pole is more pointed there.
Nearer to where the poles point directly at the Sun, the Sun would (if it was in the sky) just go around in circles.
Midway between those extremes, the Sun would cross its sky much like it crosses ours.
Granted you wouldn't be able to see this from Uranus itself (good luck standing there) but would see it from - say - Ariel.
@tsampoy Uranus's rings aren't super easily visible if I remember correctly. Did you know that Jupiter has rings as well?
It might not be uranus.
It has no rings,
I made a suggestion about axial tilt and I guess they said it will be there soon(ish)
This will be fun