Neptune. By Annelise. Facts. Pictures. Moons. Neptune’s distance from the sun is 3 billion miles. Neptune is the second farthest from the sun. Neptune has 11 moons. Neptune’s length of its day rotation period is 16.11 hours.
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Neptune’s distance from the sun is 3 billion miles.
Neptune is the second farthest from the sun.
Neptune has 11 moons.
Neptune’s length of its day rotation period is 16.11 hours.
Neptune’s length of Its year revolution period is 164.79 Earth years.
It’s diameter is 49,528 kilometers.
Neptune is a gas giant .
Its temperature is -330°F or -245°C.
Number of times Earth’s gravity 1.2 of Earths gravity.
It’s clouds are made of methane.
Neptune is named after the Roman god of the sea.
Neptune’s largest moon is called Triton.
The big blob on Neptune is a huge Tornado.
If you dropped a spaceship in to Neptune it would blow up because Neptune is like one big storm so it’s like dropping a spaceship into a tornado.
The names of Neptune’s moons are called, Niad, Thalassa, Depoina, Galatea, Larissa, Proteus, Nereid, Triton, S/2002N2, NI, N3.
These are pictures of my planet the picture on the top left is a picture of the huge dark spot on Neptune. The picture on the top right is a picture of Neptune’s clouds. The picture on the bottom right is a picture of one of Neptune’s rings.
Neptune has 11 Moons!