Neptune from Triton, artwork

Neptune from Triton, artwork

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Credit: GARY HINCKS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Neptune from Triton. Artwork of the gas giant planet Neptune seen from its largest moon Triton. The moon is covered by a crust of frozen nitrogen that contains ice volcanoes that erupt nitrogen gas. Its surface is one of the coldest in the solar system, with temperatures of minus 235 degrees Celsius. Neptune is the furthest planet from the Sun.

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