It's Out Of This World
Have The Best Vacation Ever!
How To Prepare
The atmosphere consists of Hydrogen, Methane, and Helium. Be sure to see the striped pattern of clouds during your visit! All oxygen tanks are provided during your visit. Refill stations for tanks are located throughout the planet and moons.
What To Do
During Your Stay
There are also plenty of places to eat on Neptune. You could eat at your resort or go to a restaurant down the street.
There are also shuttlecraft going to each area on Neptune all day long.
You can go surfing on the recently restored ocean of Triton.
Explore The Rings
Have fun observing the rings in a spacesuit!
See all of Neptune's moons and all attractions on Neptune in the comfort of our High-tech space ships.
Guaranteed To Be Fun For The Whole Family!
Surface temperature: from-199 degrees C to 480 degrees C.
Rotational period: One day is about 16 Earth hours.
Meaning: Neptune is named after the Roman god of the sea.
Size: Neptune's diameter is 30,776 mi.
Orbital Period: Neptune's year is the equivalent of 165 Earth years!
Weight: If you weighed 100 lbs. on Earth, you would weigh 114 lbs. on Neptune!
Gravity: 36.6 feet per second squared.
Tilt: Neptune tilts on its axis at about 29.6 degrees.
Seasons: Neptune's seasons are of equal length and last 41 Earth years each!
Enjoy Your Stay On The Farthest (and most fun) Planet!
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