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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsAstronomy & Space · 2 months ago

Is Neptune the most mysterious planet in our solar system?

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  • 1 month ago
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    It sure is

    from its axial tilt till its weird magnetosphere that is all ski whiff

     Despite being closer to the Sun it is the Coldest Planet in the Solar System having no internal Radiation

    Its surface winds are extremely high

    Insomuch that it is practically devoid of surface features

     Having come out of the primordial cloud, it must have endured a momentus impact before probably being slung out by the gravity of Jupiter into the Ice Band of the Solar System

    The Only Craft to bypass  Uranus was Voyager two which photographed one of its Moons, Miranda

    Which looks like it was pulled apart and bonded roughly together again

    It would be time for another Mission indeed to solve some of its Mysteries

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    Source(s): Miranda
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    • Ronald 7
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      1 month agoReport

      Oops sorry, I had a Few drinks there, B/A anyway you know your Uranus anyway, but why not Neptune anyway ?

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