Neptune is the farthest planet away from the sun it is 2.8 billion miles away from earth and 2.795 from the sun.
The Voyager 2 is the only probe we have sent to Neptune. We sent the Voyager 2 on August 20, 1977,
Neptune has 14 satellites (moons) it's most known one is Triton.

Neptune had been discovered by Galileo, he had recorded it as a fixed star during observations with his small telescope in 1612 and 1613.

The average temperature on Neptune is -373 F° or -238 C°. Along with being cold Neptune is also very windy.
Neptune is named after the roman god of the sea, Neptune.
Neptune was also the only planet found by mathmaticial equations.

Other facts about Neptune

•Neptune has 2 thin rings.

•Neptune is the windiest planet in our solar system.

•Neptune has a big storm called "The Great Dark Spot" much like Jupiter.

Neptune's mass is 1.024 x 10^26 and Neptune's weight is 1.0243×1026 kg[4]
Neptunes volume is 6.254×1013 km3[4][b] or 57.74 Earths.


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