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NASA Planet Profile

Today is the anniversary of the discovery of Neptune in 1846 so it is a great day to learn more about this small planet. Prepared by NASA, this site provides a detailed look at the planet Neptune. The menu tabs
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Today is the anniversary of the discovery of Neptune in 1846 so it is a great day to learn more about this small planet. Prepared by NASA, this site provides a detailed look at the planet Neptune. The menu tabs are divided into overview, moons, rings, photo gallery, and facts and figures. Just click to access specific information on any of these topics.

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