Scientists still do not know what causes X-rays on the planet.
X-ray uranium seems unusual / NASA / CXO / University College London / W. Don
Astronomers have discovered X-rays emitted by Uranus.
Part of the signal may be reflected by the sun’s radiation, but part of it appears to be from the planet Space.com.
Many objects in the Solar System emit X-rays, from Venus and Saturn to Jupiter’s moons.
Scientists have discovered the presence of X-rays from Uranus, which are higher than expected from the simple scattering of solar radiation.
Researchers do not deny that part of the X-rays they saw were from Uranus. For example, X-rays may come from the auroras of Uranus, as they do on Jupiter. However, scientists do not yet know what causes aurora borealis.
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