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Neptune from Triton. Artwork of a view from orbit above Triton (left), the largest moon of the planet Neptune. Neptune, the eighth planet from the Sun, has a diameter of over 48,000 kilometres. It is considered an ice giant, with an icy interior and an atmosphere of hydrogen and helium. Triton, its largest moon, consists of ices and rocks. It has a diameter of around 2700 kilometres, and orbits Neptune at a distance of around 355,000 kilometres.
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