# Uranus Mass

Uranus has a mass of 8.6810 x 10^{25} kg or 86,810,300,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg which is 14.536 of Earth’s mass. Uranus’s mass is the fourth highest of all planets in our solar system. Mass is just how much matter an object contains, for Uranus this matter is ice liquid, ammonia and methane.

Since mass = density x volume, it is intuitive to calculate the mass of Uranus. Its density is 1.27 g/cm^{3} which is 0.23 of Earth’s density. Its volume is 68,334,355,695,584 km^{3} which is 63.085 of Earth’s volume. So to get mass in kg we must convert 1.27 g/cm^{3} to 1,270 kg/m^{3} and convert 68,334,355,695,584 km^{3} to 68,334,355,695,584,000,000,000 m^{3}. Now if we multiply these 2 numbers we get 8.68 x 10^{25} kg.