Neptune

Nathan Trabue & Mizuki Wittmer

Distance

It is 2.795 Billion Miles away from the sun

Because of how far away it is it receives 1/1000th of the light that earth receives

It takes 165 Earth years for Neptune to orbit the sun and each of its seasons take about 40 years

Traveling at 35,970 mph on our Neptune Spaceship, it would take you 12 years to reach Neptune

Neptune's eccentricity of its orbit is 0.0086

the diameter is 30,599 miles!

Neptune is tilted 28.3 degrees

Days on Neptune

A full day on Neptune lasts 16 hours 6 minutes

Neptune gets 8 hours of daylight and 8 hours of nighttime.

Neptune hotel

A floating palace above the Great Neptune storm. Supplies you with an 800Sq/ft room. You will never see a more luxurious hotel in your lifetime! The hotel supplies you with all the food and water you could possibly need! Plus there is an endless supply of spectacular views from the glass floor gaily. The hotel is included in the trips whole cost so you don't have to worry about another fee! The hotel also supplies you with oxygen to refill your tanks. Plus the Neptune hotel has a bio dome so you can feel the grass and trees you will miss on the journey. The Hotel also gives you extra respirators and other necessities you may need if yours break or run out! And for you forgetful people out there don't worry there are stores in the hotel for everything you may need like cloths, books, toothpaste etc... So what are you waiting for come to the most magnificent hotel in the Cosmos.

Temperatures in Neptune and its weather

Temperatures in Neptune can dip down to -218 Celsius but it is usually about -200 C

Neptune has the wildest weather of all the planets in the solar system. It has huge storms and extremely high winds.

Water availability and atmosphere

Neptune has large quantities of ice that is mixed with a large amount of hydrogen and helium. Because of all the ice, Neptune is classified as an ice giant


Neptune mostly consists of hydrogen and helium, with trace amounts of methane, water, ammonia and other ices.

1 Trip can pay for its self!!

Go out during one of the diamond rains and collect them diamonds! and when you get back home your trip will be able to pay for its self and then some!!

Commodities to bring

We suggest you bring a camera ,because the sights on Neptune are one of a kind, You are also going to want to bring chargers and spare batteries for you camera. Games for the ride because it does take 12 years you will have a lot of down time on the way there so we suggest you bring all kinds of games to play to pass the years ride. Because the Neptune is so cold you you should also bring warm cloths for when you are on the planet. Also for the planet tours we suggest that you bring a oxygen tank so you hike around the planet.

Things to see and do

If you are going to visit Neptune, you must go see the Great Dark storm from above.

We suggest that you stop and stay at the Neptune Casino. Parachuting and skydiving are recommended activities. A tour through the diamond mantle is one of the largest attraction on Neptune. The largest diamond store in the solar system is located in Neptune and sells the universes most beautiful diamonds.

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Things to keep in mind

The gravity on Neptune is 11.15 m/s^2 compared to the 9.789 m/s^2 on earth

This means if you are 150 lbs on earth you weigh 168.7 on Neptune.

Vacation Pitfalls

It is a 12 year trip!

You cannot breath in Neptune's atmosphere.

You must not visit the core because there are parts that are still molten.

you must stay with the same people in the same spaceship for 24 years.

Ten facts about Neptune

Fun Facts

Neptune has 14 moons

It was discovered on September 23, 1846

It rains diamonds

Neptune's winds are the fastest in the solar system, reaching 2000 km/hour

It has 6 rings

Neptune's 14 moons: Triton, Nereid, Larissa, Proteus, Naiad, Thalassa, Galatea, Psamathe, Laomedeia, Neso, Halimede, Sao, S/200

Traveler Reviews

Voyager II : Neptune was the best place I have ever visited. It has the most interesting things to see in the Solar system. It took a very long time to get to Neptune but it was completely worth it.
Galileo : I was the first person to ever see Neptune and was it a sight, the furthest planet I have ever seen in our solar system. Neptune glowed a brilliant blue in my telescope! And I wish I were as lucky as you to have the opportunity to see the diamond of our solar system.