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  • Neptune is a planet in the Solar System, 8th in order of distance from the Sun. Haaiwarngxing shih Taihyarngxih d xirngxing, corng juhlir Taihyarng pairlieh
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  • Neptune is the farthest of the eight planets from the Sun and is the fourth largest, with a diameter of 49572 kilometers (3.9 times that of Earth). It
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  • Neptune, the last planet on our journey, radiates twice as much energy than what it receives from the Sun. The planet of Neptune has its own great dark
    838 bytes (150 words) - 22:24, 6 May 2012
  • Sun, they are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Shùyǐbǎiwànjì de wùtǐ wéirào Tàiyáng gōngzhuàn - xiǎoxíngxīng, huìxīng
    910 bytes (79 words) - 00:50, 9 June 2016
  • Uranus whose gravity would account for the perturbations in Uranus' orbit. Neptune was discovered in its predicted position a year later. Pluto was discovered
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  • star 별 constellation 별자리 sun 태양 solar system 태양계 Mercury 수성 Venus 금성 Earth 지구 Mars 화성 Jupiter 목성 Saturn 토성 Uranus 천왕성 Neptune 해왕성 Pluto 명왕성 Comet 혜성
    479 bytes (34 words) - 09:46, 19 June 2016
  • are four Jovian planets in the Solar System: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Jupiter is the innermost planet of the gas giants. It has a mass
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  • Kuiper belt is an area of the solar system extending from the orbit of Neptune (at 30 AU) to 50 AU from the Sun. The objects within the Kuiper Belt together
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  • "Sol" { CustomOrbit "jpl-uranus-sun" } Modify "Neptune" "Sol" { CustomOrbit "jpl-neptune-sun" } Modify "Pluto" "Sol" { CustomOrbit "jpl-pluto-sun"
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  • après) que l'on a découvert Neptune en ________. Answer: On a découvert Pluton en 1930, après que l'on a découvert Neptune en 1846. Nouns and verbs
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  • Venus Earth Moon Mars The Outer Planets Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Other Bodies Dwarf planets Ceres Pluto Eris Makemake Haumea Asteroids
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  • Poseidon (In Greek: Ποσειδῶν, known as Neptune to the Romans) was considered as the god of the sea. Born of Cronos and Rhea, he had Zeus and Pluto (Hades)
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  • The four planets farthest from the sun—Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune—are called the outer planets of our solar system. Figure 25.19 shows the relative
    19 KB (2,922 words) - 19:44, 6 April 2015
  • in our solar system: Note: The "surface" is taken to mean the cloud tops of the gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) in the above table.
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  • actual distance from the obserber to Neptune. now = celestia:gettime() neptunepos = celestia:find("Sol/Neptune"):getposition(now) obs = celestia:getobserver()
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  • orbiting through the outer Solar System, beyond the farthest planets, Neptune and Pluto. Kuiper Xingqurn shih 1-qurn xiaao tiantii, zaih zuih yuaan d
    487 bytes (42 words) - 16:27, 11 June 2016
  • of objects starting just beyond the orbit of Neptune (with some objects' orbits overlapping that of Neptune). In addition to being the home of some dwarf
    395 bytes (73 words) - 19:30, 28 August 2010
  • known as X11 forwarding. The following command: runs xcalc on the machine neptune and arranges for it to display on the X server on the local machines. Behind
    13 KB (2,323 words) - 21:39, 9 October 2012
  • of planets, stars, constellations, and other heavenly bodies. EXAMPLES: Neptune Polaris Great Nebula Capitalize the names of teams, organizations, institutions
    3 KB (358 words) - 10:05, 14 May 2015
  • largest — with a diameter of 51118 kilometers, it is just 3% larger than Neptune but 4.0 times as large as Earth. Uranus is one of the four gas giants.
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