Neptune

God of the planets

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Neptune: God of the Sea

Neptune is a god that was taken from Greek mythology and adopted into Roman mythology. Neptune was known to have a violent temper and cause storms for his rage.
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As seen on NASA

On August 25, 1989 the Voyager 2 mission was the first to capture a wonderful and beautiful picture of Neptune. Voyager passed 3,000 miles above Neptune's north pole
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It's a long flight, so strap in and relax

Neptune is located beyond the asteroid belt and at the outer edge of the Solar System and the Jovian Planets. It could take as long as 12 years to reach the destination of Neptune but don't worry, our pilots are very skilled and can get us there in no time.
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Neptune Problems and Solutions

One problem on the planet Neptune is the fierce winds which could make it difficult to land. Luckily, we can use our latches at the bottom of this module to attach ourselves to the surface. Another problem that we face is the visibility of the surface, but we also have that covered by using satellites from Earth
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Come on and enjoy the view!

Neptune is a amazing planet filled with Hydrogen and Helium with 5 rings that create beautiful scenery for people on Neptune to enjoy. So come on and sing in the ice rain of Neptune and book a flight to the God of the Planets!