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Neptune Neptune is the 8th planet from the sun.
It's high temperature is 240 degrees Celsius.
It's low temperature is -218 degrees Celsius.
On Neptune, a day is 16 hours and 6 minutes long.
A year is 165 earth years long.

I learned some neat things about my planet.
The first thing I learned was Neptune has a rocky core.
I also learned Neptune is a gas giant.
I chose Neptune because I wanted to learn more about this amazing planet. 5 instresting facts about Neptune 1.Neptune was named after the Roman god of the sea 2. Neptune is blue because of the methane in Neptune's
atmosphere 3. Neptune's largest moon is named Trition. 4. Neptune's diameter is 4X earth's diameter 5. Neptune has only been vistited by one spacecraft,
Voyager 2 on August,28,1989 Basic facts about Neptune 1.Neptune's diameter is 49,532 kilometers. 2.Neptune is 4.5 billion kilometers from the sun. 3.Neptune's Atmosphere is made of hydrogen, helium and methane. 4.The average temperature on Neptune is -400 degrees Celsius. 5.The composition of Neptune is belts of clouds. Thanks for watching!
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about Neptune. by: Julia Scholl Here is more facts in video form.
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