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    • Researched by Molly, Emily and Nadine Team Earth Presents Navigate Neptune
    • Location
      • Neptune is the 8 th and last planet.
      • Neptune is 2.8 billon miles from the Sun.
      • It takes ten years to get to Neptune.
    • Composition
      • Neptune is made of liquid rock and gases.
      • The center of Neptune is rock.
      • Neptune has 4 layers.
      • is made of water.
      • It is also made of water and methane.
    • Unique Facts
      • Did you know Neptune has eight main moons?
      • Neptune’s largest moons are Proteus, Triton, and Neried .
      • Did you know that Triton is dwarfed by Neptune?
    • Previous Missions
      • One previous mission was when Voyager 2 took 9000 pictures of Neptune.
      • One year ago, Voyager 2 passed Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus before it got to Neptune.
    • Conclusion
      • As scientists we can concluded that you can not live on Neptune because it is made of gases and liquid rock.
      • Also because it’s the windiest planet in the solar system.
    • Mrs. Stone’s class – Emily, Molly, And Nadine
    • Robot Exploration
      • Neptune’s News Navigator is used for collecting samples of gases and rock.
      • Our simple machines are: wheel and axle for allowing the Navigator to travel around Neptune, and a lever for the camera. It allows us to take pictures and videos.
    • Bibliography
      • Sparrow, Giles. Destination Uranus , Neptune , and Pluto . 2010 .
      • Zobel , Derek, Neptune . 2010.
      • Vogt L. Gregory, Neptune . 2000.