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Neptune is the farthest from the Sun, with a orbit compared to ours. It Neptune approximately 165 Earth to complete a single trip the Sun. Neptune is one of three planets (Earth and Uranus are the and the only one discovered by mathematical instead of observation.

Cool Ask an Astronomer: Neptune 5 stars

I this collection of questions. Why is blue? How did Neptune get its name? How moons does Neptune Simply click on any of the questions to the answer on Cool Cosmos.

Cool Cosmos is a NASA and outreach website for infrared and related topics. In addition to the Ask an section, they have an set of resources for teachers.

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How much would you on Neptune? If you weigh 70 pounds (32 kg) on the you would weigh 78.5 (36 kg) on Neptune. Kids Astronomy’s page has Fast Facts and a Neptune lesson. At the bottom of the is a link to a page about moons.

Due to its great distance from the it is extremely difficult for us to see any of Neptunemoons. For that reason of its moons were not discovered 1989 when NASA a satellite to explore the world.

National Geographic: Neptune 5

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Despite its great distance the sun and lower energy input, winds are three times than Jupiter’s and nine stronger than Earth’s. The here is the interactive Planetary feature.

Click on the menu (Intro, Neptune Stats, Comparison, Moons) to scroll it. There is also a short full of great stuff for reports.

NASA: Solar System: 5 stars

Neptune has six known Voyager 2’s observations that these unusual are not uniform, but have four regions (clumps of dust) arcs. Most of what we about the distant planet we from Voyager 2’s mission. It discovered five four rings, and a ‘Great Spot’ that vanished by the the Hubble Space Telescope Neptune five years

Use the tabbed menu to explore NASA knows about . The tabs include Facts Missions, Rings, Moons, and a FAQ. If you only visit one site, this should be it!

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Neptune be called the mathematicians’ planet. astronomer Johann Galle it on September 23, 1846. The discovery was possible, though, by the calculations of Urbain Leverrier of France and Couch Adams of England.

After reading the main feature, explore the links and images in the right-hand column. include Neptune at Opposition and ‘s Triton (its moon.)

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