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on 27 September 2015

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Transcript of larrisa

how it got the name
tragedies could happen!!
thank you for listening
age on neptune
what those the name Larissa mean??????????
hope you liked it
you have been a great audience!
i am not even 1 year old on neptune i will be in 2170!!!!!!!!!!!
moon of Neptune
Neptune has 14 moons today i will show you one of them that will be Larissa
Larrisa
Larissa is the fifth known moon of Neptune.

The discovery of Larissa is usually credited to Harold Reitsma in 1982.

Larissa is irregularly shaped and appears to have a heavily cratered surface.

It shows no signs of geologic activity.

Larissa orbits Neptune in the same direction as the planet rotates, and remains close to the planet's equatorial plane.

Facts
the distace from Neptune is 73,600 km
eventually every moon of Neptune is named after
Geek god. Moons of Neptune are named
for characters from Greek or Roman mythology associated with Neptune or Poseidon, or the oceans.
Larissa was a nymph from Greek mythology.

Larissa is irregularly shaped and covered in craters. It’s orbit is slowly spiralling inwards towards Neptune - this means that Larissa may eventually crash into Neptune’s atmosphere, or Neptune’s tidal forces may pull Larissa apart! Larissa orbits Neptune once every 13 hours and 20 minutes.

The meaning of the name “Larissa” is: “Cheerful, From the ancient city Larisa”.
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