Come up to space and be the first family on Neptune!
- stay seated and keep your head back until we tell you to get up.
- Don't bring your own drinks or food.
- close your sleeping chamber door when sleeping.
we have dry freeze ice cream, for a dessert
we have many more dry foods that's alright to have in space
And bottled water, of course, everyone needs water
All about Neptune
- Neptune is the fourth largest planet (By diameter)
- Neptune can be seen with binoculars if you know where to look
- Neptune's great dark spot is half the size of Jupiter's great red spot
- In 2016 it would take us 12 years to get to Neptune but now with our technology it would take three days
- Neptune's rotation is 16.11 hours compared to earth
- It's revolution is 60,190 days
- Neptune is made out of Hydrogen, Helium, Methane, and a small amount of water
- It is 2.795 billion miles away from the sun
- Neptune has only five rings: Galle, Le Verrier, Lassell, Arago, and Adam
- The ice planet has 14 moons
- It's gravity is 11.15 m/s
- It has had a large spacecraft with two probes sent. The only probe to visit Neptune was Voyager 2 in 1989
- The planet is the last and furthest away in our solar system and is one of the four outer planet
- They will have and black suit to conduct heat as much as it can and has a blue helmet
- The suit is built with a heating system in case it gets too cold an built with a button for food
- As always space suits must have oxygen tanks that will last for one hour to be refilled
- For girls not much has changed, their suits are black to conduct, and the girls have yellow suits
- The suit is built with the same stuff and, as well on the other suit, has a built in bathroom and a button for it to clean out.
- The helmets also have cellphones to keep in touch with everyone