Uranus Moons

Uranus and its six largest moons compared at their proper relative sizes and relative positions. From left to right: Puck, Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania, and Oberon

 is an inner moon of Uranus. It was discovered in December 1985 by the Voyager 2 spacecraft. The name Puck comes from Celtic mythology and English folklore.The orbit of Puck lies between the rings of Uranus and the first of Uranus' large moons, Miranda. Puck is approximately spherical in shape and has diameter of about 162 km. It has a dark, heavily cratered surface, which shows spectral signs of water ice. The moon Puck would be very hard to terraform. It has a diameter smaller than Mimas. Sence the moon is about the right size for it to form itself into a spherical shape, it would have a very small gravity level like Mimas. Puck will have a similar terraforming process like Proteus. Puck is closer to the sun than Proteus. It will be a little more easier to terraform although Puck is smaller than Proteus. Puck has about the size of one Houston,Texas. This would be a good place to mine new resources. Puck would seem surprisingly large in land surface. Puck is close enough to have a very easy mining process. If Puck would have been further from Uranus it would not be easy to get at atmosphere because of its size and its shape. It is suposed to be a lot easier because Puck is so close to Uranus to have a slight heating system. Due its proximity to Uranus, Puck have a large protective lenses blocking the magnetic field. It have one of the largest and most protective lense in the solar system. It may be a waterworld for a new civilization for humans and small sea creatures after terraforming. Puck is not large enough to have a high water preasure.

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