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Figure 17 beautiful Neptune 1. Uranus also has many moons. It took the flyby by Voyager 2 and powerful telescope surveys from Earth to determine that Uranus has at least 27 moons (discovered so far). One of them is a moon not unlike one of Jupiter’s moons. To see what we mean, return to Real time with the [\] key, right-click on Uranus, select Satellites and choose Ariel . Press the [ G ] key on the keyboard. Turn the moon with right-click-drag to see it in sunlight. Now, after examining Ariel , compare it to figure 10 and determine which moon of Jupiter it most resembles. Based on that decision, what do you think Ariel may be made of? Go to Worksheet. 2. Complete the Data Record for Uranus . Go to Worksheet . For further information, visit the NASA websites on Uranus at 8. Neptune Our next stop is the spectacularly blue giant gas planet, Neptune . Click here . The Celestia 2 has taken you to Neptune on a most memorable day. It is August 24, 1989. We have speeded up time. Watch as Neptune makes one complete rotation. Observe its most noticeable surface
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2010 for the course ASTRONOMY astronomy taught by Professor Moth during the Fall '09 term at California State University , Monterey Bay.

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