Neptune

Close-up of Neptune's atmosphere and white clouds hovering above background haze

  • see Equatorial radius: 24 764 ± 15.0 km (3.883 Earths)
  • buy Pregabalin uk Polar radius: 24 341 ± 30.0 km (3.829 Earths)
  • http://adkbrothersltd.com/product/auchentoshan-american-oak-malt-whisky700ml/ Mass: 1.0243 x 1026 kg (17.147 Earths)
  • Volume: 6.254 x 1013 km3 (57.74 Earths)
  • Surface area: 7.6183 x 109 km2 (14.98 Earths)
  • Surface temperature: 72 K or -201°C
  • Surface gravity: 11.15 m/s2 (1.14 G)
  • Moons: 14
  • Orbital distance: 29.81 AU – 30.33 AU
  • Orbital period: 164.8 years
  • Axial period: 16 hours 6 minutes
  • Average orbital speed: 5.43 km/s
  • Escape velocity: 23.5 km/s
  • First recorded: First observed with telescope on 23 September 1846 by Johann Galle

ImageNameDiameter in kmDiscovered
Naiad96 x 60 x 52September 1989 Voyager Imaging Team
Thalassa108 x 100 x 52September 1989 by Richard J Terrile
Despina180 x 148 x 128July 1989 by Stephen P. Synnott
Galatea(204 x 184 x 144) ± ~10July 1989 by Stephen P. Synnott
Larissa(216 x 204 x 168) ± ~1024 May 1981 by Harold J. Reitsema, William B. Hubbard, Larry A. Lebofsky and David J. Tholen
S/2004 N 1~18 ± 21 July 2013 by Mark R. Showalker and Jack J. Lissauer
Proteus424 x 390 x 39616 June 1989 by Stephen P. Synnott
Triton2 706.8 ± 0.910 October 1846 by William Lassell
Nereid340 ± 251 May 1949 by Gerard P. Kuiper
Halimede~6214 August 2002 by Metthew J. Holman, John J. Kavelaars, Tommy Grav, Wesley C. Fraser, Dan Milisavljevic
Sao~4414 August 2002 by Metthew J. Holman, John J. Kavelaars, Tommy Grav, Wesley C. Fraser, Dan Milisavljevic
Laomedeia~4214 August 2002 by Metthew J. Holman, John J. Kavelaars, Tommy Grav, Wesley C. Fraser, Dan Milisavljevic
Psamathe~382003 by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt and Jan Kleyna
Neso~6014 August 2002 by Metthew J. Holman nad Brett J. Gladman


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