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Mason Sweet

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Transcript of neptune

Neptune Neptune's rings are very dark but their composition is unknown Fast Facts This is Neptune Neptune's rings have been given names: the outermost is Adams (which contains three prominent arcs now named Liberty, Equality and Fraternity), next is an unnamed ring co-orbital with Galatea, then Leverrier (whose outer extensions are called Lassell and Arago), and finally the faint but broad Galle video's Neptune is four time as big as Earth, the diameter of Neptune is 49,000 Km Neptune is a sea blue color due
to the methane gas in its atmosphere Neptune is so far away that it took the
space probe Voyager 2, 12 years to reach it Neptune is mainly made up of hydrogen and helium,what makes Neptune blue is the methane gas . A day on Neptune is 16
hours and 6.7 minutes. Neptune was discovered
on September 23, 1846
by a british astronomer n
- amed William Lassell After Pluto was declassified as a planet, Neptune
became the farthest planet from the sun.
Neptune's diameter is about 30,200 miles or almost 4
times the Earth's diameter. The planet
was named after the Roman sea God Neptune is the stormiest planet.
The winds there can blow up to 1,240 miles per hour,
that is three times as fast as Earth's Hurricanes Neptunes moon Neptune largest moon named Triton,Triton was represented as a god's son named Neptune. Neptune is the fourth largest
planet in the Solar System.
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