Uranus, which is 10 to 13 times farther away, moves much more slowly as it glows at magnitude 5.8 south of Aquarius’s elbow.
Stars in the chart are plotted to magnitude 8.0. Typical binoculars show a field of view a little wider than the 5° spacing of the tick marks along the sides.
Interestingly, both Vesta and Uranus could have joined the list of naked-eye planets in ancient times — had anyone mapped the sky carefully. Vesta reaches magnitude 5.4 at some oppositions, and Uranus is never fainter than 6.0.