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  • Kajikinos says:
    About This Quiz & Worksheet. Thanks to this quiz and worksheet, you can test what you understand about Neptune. For the quiz, you will need to know about this planet's weather and how long its.
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  • Samutilar says:
    It is named after Neptune, the Roman god of the sea, while its astronomical sign is representative of Neptune's trident. This planet was the first to be discovered by mathematical prediction, instead of by observation. When the space probe Voyager 2 left on a mission to reach Neptune.
  • Gardazuru says:
    UNIVERSE CYCLE OVERVIEW OF THIRD GRADE UNIVERSE WEEK 1. PRE: Contrasting different components of the Universe. Uranus, and Neptune to the students. Tell them that the rings define the planet’s rotation. These objects circle the planet in a band .
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  • Grojin says:
    Neptune, the eighth and furthest planet from the Sun, is a very cold place. Its bluish color is caused by small amounts of methane gas in its atmosphere. The planet has moons and a very narrow, faint ring system. Visit another planet: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.
  • Kigabar says:
    Students should read the passage silently, then answer the questions. Teachers may also use the text as part of a classroom lesson plan. Lesson Excerpt. Neptune is the eighth and last planet in our solar system. It is 2 billion, million miles from the sun. That's about thirty times Earth's distance from the sun. It is the fourth-largest planet.

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