Uranus has it rough. It already has to deal with a load of noxious gases, but now, Uranus has to get ready for a destructive collision?
What? I’m talking about the planet:
Robert Chancia of the University of Idaho, discovered that one of [Uranus’] moons, Cressida, is currently in an orbit that will lead it to collide directly with another moon, called Desdemona.
Fortunately, you have time to prepare Uranus: this collision isn’t estimated to happen for another 1 million years. Uranus can breathe a sigh of relief.
NASA is still considering a plan to send a probe to sample the gases of Uranus
So I guess we still have that to look forward to.