What Is The Meaning Of Neptune?


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The word Neptune refers to a number of meanings, the most common, of which is the planet Neptune, the eighth, and outermost planet away from the Sun. Neptune also refers to Neptune, the god of the sea, we read about in Roman mythology, and refers to Poseidon in Greek mythology. It is from Greek mythology this planet was named Neptune. The last name of famous men was Neptune, towns have been named Neptune, there is the Neptune mountain range and theaters in Liverpool and Nova Scotia bare this name. Then, there is the Neptune band, Neptune the Mystic, the Neptune record label and a company in Boston selling custom made instruments.

A naval patrol bomber called P-2, and a convict ship, which was part of the Second Fleet, to New South Wales; HMS Neptune ships in the British Navy and the amphibian cargo aircraft, the Beriev Be- 2500 Neptune and there is a French ship named Neptune. A version of Windows called Windows Neptune was never released and the Time-series Undersea Networked Experiments an underwater observatory is also called Neptune.

The planet Neptune is the fourth largest planet in diameter and third largest in mass; it is 17 times the size of earth. Its twin is Uranus, which is only 14 times the mass size of earth. The atmosphere of Neptune is mostly hydrogen and helium though there are traces of methane, which give it a blue appearance, much more vivid than the blue of Uranus. The strongest winds of any planet are found on Neptune. The temperature on Neptune at its cloud tips is believed to be -210 degrees C and -346 degrees F and it has coldest temperature within the solar system. In spite of these cold temperatures, Neptune at its center is 7000 degrees C/13,000 degrees F, which is hotter than the surface of the sun.

Neptune was discovered on September 23, 1846 and is the first planet discovered through mathematical predictions. The Spacecraft Voyager 2 is the only spacecraft to visit Neptune, which took place on August 25, 1989. About every 13-20 years Neptune's orbit brings it closer t the sun than Pluto.

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Akshay Kalbag answered
Neptune, in Roman mythology, is the god of the sea, earthquakes and horses. He was the counterpart of Poseidon, the god of the sea, earthquakes and horses in Greek mythology. It is the eighth planet from the Sun in the solar system. It is a giant planet. It has a ring made up of particles of ice. It is the most remote of the giant gas planets.

The existence of Neptune was predicted from perturbations in the orbit of Uranus. It was then identified in the year 1846. It is the fourth largest planet in terms of diameter and the third largest in terms of mass. It is the smallest of the giant gas planets. Since the ninth planet, Pluto, has an eccentric orbit, Neptune is sometimes called the farthest planet from the Sun.

Since the planet Neptune is named after the Roman god of the sea, earthquakes and horses, its symbol is a stylish representation of the trident, which was the symbol associated with Neptune.

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