>>7652299 No, it would be ten times too far. But ten times the Roche limit would screw us up.
Also, we'd orbit Uranus as our centre of mass would be just inside of Uranus. So the earth would become a moon.
We'd orbit Uranus once every 6.66 days. So we'd experience huge changes in temperature every day, with each orbit representing a more extreme version of our classical 'year'.
I presume the seasons would be far more extreme, with much more violent transitions. Natural disasters which require heat would probably jump up in number; forests fires might climb up during our time nearest the sun.
When away on the far side, I presume Uranus would be big enough temporarily block out all light, if it was in the right plane, so we might get frequent solar eclipes. The earth would also start to radiate heat when further away, so things would start getting chilly.
The tides would definitely be screwed up, though I don't know how much.
I'm trying to give a rough answer as to what would happen to the climate, but I have no understanding of climate science. I am more confident on what I said about the orbits, but that doesn't mean much.
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