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The Windiest Planet
Dark, cold and whipped by supersonic winds, Neptune is the last of the hydrogen and helium gas giants in our solar system. More than 30 times as far from the sun as Earth, the planet takes almost 165 Earth years to orbit our sun. In 2011 Neptune completed its first orbit since its discovery in 1846.

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26 Mar 2001 The New Aerial Explorers: Self-Inflating Solar-Heated Balloons Jet Propulsion Laboratory
26 Oct 2000 Recipe for Neptune Revealed by Scientists Jet Propulsion Laboratory
22 Sep 2000 Interplanetary Fall Science@NASA
30 Sep 1999 UC Berkeley Researchers Report Experimental Evidence for Diamond Showers on Neptune and Uranus University of California at Berkeley
31 Aug 1999 Visit the New Voyager: The Grandest Tour Website Jet Propulsion Laboratory
16 Dec 1998 GALILEO EUROPA MISSION STATUS Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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26 Mar 2001 The New Aerial Explorers: Self-Inflating Solar-Heated Balloons Jet Propulsion Laboratory
26 Oct 2000 Recipe for Neptune Revealed by Scientists Jet Propulsion Laboratory
22 Sep 2000 Interplanetary Fall Science@NASA
30 Sep 1999 UC Berkeley Researchers Report Experimental Evidence for Diamond Showers on Neptune and Uranus University of California at Berkeley
31 Aug 1999 Visit the New Voyager: The Grandest Tour Website Jet Propulsion Laboratory
16 Dec 1998 GALILEO EUROPA MISSION STATUS Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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