I am completely new in this field, so please pardon me if I am asking something which makes no sense at all :)
The Situation: According to Einstein's theory of relativity, there is a 4th dimension out in space where all the planets of our solar system keeps on sliding in that space-time fabric due to the curvature produced by the enormous masses of the celestial bodies. So does Uranus, and all its moons. If I'm not wrong Uranus has a tilted axis and it's moons revolve around this planet along its equator, but in a vertical way, unlike the case in the other planets where the moons rotate along the equator horizontally.
How is the space-time fabric curved around Uranus? Is it tilted too?
If not, how do the moons around Uranus tend to rotate?
If yes, then what is the cause of that tilt?