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Neptune Awesomnes

An extreamly awesome prezi about neptune by ryan and alin but mostly ryan!! lol
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on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Neptune Awesomnes

Neptune Neptune's weather is characterized by extremely dynamic storm systems, with winds reaching speeds of almost 600 m/s—nearly attaining supersonic flow. For reasons that remain obscure, the planet's thermosphere is at an anomalously high temperature of about 750 K.[53][54] The planet is too far from the Sun for this heat to be generated by ultraviolet radiation Neptune has a planetary ring system, though one much less substantial than that of Saturn. The rings may consist of ice particles coated with silicates or carbon-based material, which most likely gives them a reddish hue.[59] The three main rings are the narrow Adams Ring, 63000 km from the centre of Neptune, the Le Verrier Ring, at 53000 km, and the broader, fainter Galle Ring, at 42000 km. A faint outward extension to the Le Verrier Ring has been named Lassell; it is bounded at its outer edge by the Arago Ring at 57000 km The End
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