Uranus Smells

Uranus Smells Like Rotten Eggs

Recently, scientists have come up with some interesting conclusions about the gas giant’s atmosphere. Thanks to infrared observations, they managed to detect a certain gas that is quite likely to be present towards the top of Uranus’ cloud cover. Hydrogen sulfide is what gives rotten eggs their charming smell:

http://www.syfy.com/syfywire/ok-fine-lets-do-this-uranus-smells-like-rotten-eggs^

I always thought Uranus is a beautiful name for a planet. But then my English improved and, at one point, the punchline hit me. Saying “Uranus” was never the same again. I still think it’s a beautiful name. I mean, the human body is beautiful, isn’t it? In English, it’s a beautiful funny name for a planet, so that makes it even better. Still, it makes it really difficult to say that I come from Uranus. Journalists across the web raced in coming up with the most memorable way to report the analytical news:

http://time.com/5252381/uranus-stinks-smell/^

https://gizmodo.com/stinky-molecules-confirm-uranus-smells-like-farts-1825467106^

In closing, enjoy this short, brilliant clip from Futurama:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0czFnIvKOJY^

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