In 1986, Voyager 2 swung by on its way into deep space. It was the first and so far the only mission to get an up-close view of Uranus, and what the probe saw was, at first glance, dull. Voyager 2 observed little atmospheric activity, and few cloud formations. For a moment, it seemed the icy clouds held little of interest. But it’s been 30 years since the Voyager fly-by, and we’re wiser now.   When Voyager visited, Uranus was just about at its solstice—the South Pole was almost directly facing the sun, and its North Pole was turned away. But as Uranus continued along its slow orbit, the seasons changed, and the northern hemisphere slowly came back into the light. In 2007, Uranus reached its equinox, the time when the equator faces the sun and the hemispheres receive equal sunlight. According to Imke de Pater, a professor of astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley, the earlier observations of Uranus were “nothing like what we’ve seen during the Equinox.” Over the past several years, astronomers have witnessed winds that blow hundreds of miles an hour, massive storm systems persisting for hours to years, bright cloud patches that migrate across the planet, and “dark spot” storms similar to the famous Neptunian version. Uranus’s trips around the sun take just over eight decades, but it doesn’t travel alone.

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