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A Periodical on Rising Neptune By Paul Cusin In past years the knowledge of our solar system never really went further than Jupiter and Saturn But 11 years ago the VOYAGER II on a mission to observe Saturn and Jupiter had time to waste so it took some shots of Neptune Until this time Neptune had been know as a gas planet it was said to be too far from the sun to have any energy from it But when the shots came back the theory of Neptune change significantly In the plants atmosphere was what looked to be a storm the storm was about the size of earth Shortly after Neptune was discovered was the discovery of the Kuiper Belt The Kuiper Belt is a field of remote icy objects that includes Pluto Neptunes surreal amount of gravity is now said to have skewed the orbits of small distant bodies in the Kuiper Belt along with the position of the giant gas planets Astronomers always thought that the planets remained stationary after the initial formation of the solar nebula But there was something strange about Pluto that itched their curiosity While all the planets in the solar system have a circular orbit Plutos orbit is a peculiarly tilted eclipse This shows the enormous power that Neptune acquires It is said that the planetary movement is strangely relevant to that of earth One somewhat speculative theory states that water came to earth by a distant icy body much like the ones found in abundance in the Kuiper Belt Unlike earth which has a very thin layer of atmosphere a thick swath of gas surrounds Neptunes small solid core In the outer lays of Neptunes atmosphere the pressure might be close to that of the earth but with temperature near 360 degrees Fahrenheit Heat from with in the planet increase until the come up so sharply in to the atmosphere which is composed much
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