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Date:11/23/2014 4:25:22 PM
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Hi Chyna
I made it earlyer today !!!

Dec. 22: Ms BBs BOTM campaign.

All of your votes are deeply appreciated. If I don’t thank you every day its only because there is only so much time in one day.

Last but not least (yes we will get to Pluto) we have Neptune.
It too is a gas planet with rings.

Neptune has been visited by only one spacecraft, Voyager 2 on Aug 25 1989. Voyager shure gets around doesn’t it? Much of what we know about Neptune comes from this single encounter. But fortunately, recent ground-based and HST observations have added a great deal, too.

Neptune was first observed and reported by Galle and d'Arrest on Sept 23rd 1846.

More than two centuries earlier, in 1613, Galileo observed Neptune when it happened to be very near Jupiter, but he thought it was just a star.

Neptune’s atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium with a small amount of methane so we cant get out and explore here either without a space suit.

Neptune's winds are the fastest in the solar system, reaching 2000 km/hour. Sounds like a bunch of politicians to me!

The most prominent feature of Neptune is the Great Dark Spot in the Southern Hemisphere. It is about the size of our Earth. Voyager sent pictures of it to us in 1989 on its way out of our Solar System.

An odd thing is that its moon Triton orbits in the opposite direction than the rest of the moons of Neptune. A lot of scientist think Triton is a captured asteroid.

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