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Neptune, the 8th planet from the Sun and nearly a twin of planet Uranus, is the fourth-largest planet by diameter and the furthest planet discovered so far in our solar system. Planet Neptune gets its name after the Roman god of the sea. It is a gas giant.
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Insulin drives sugar cravings. If you eat a few grams of carbohydrates your body releases insulin to deal with the sugar which is soon flooding your bloodstream. Any sugar you can't immediately burn for fuel gets converted to fat and stored. Within a short time all the carbs are out of your blood st…
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Depends how you define "relationship". Friends and lovers never batter each other. Codependence is not love.   If the abuser realizes his problem and seeks help in getting control of his anger and actively seeks to prove to you he is open to resolving the problem and you seek help to overcome…
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If I remember correctly, the 95 SL2 has a 12.8 gallon tank.
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A surety bond is a promise to be responsible for the debt, default, or failure of another. In most instances, bonds are required by federal, state, and local governments to protect the taxpayer dollars that are paying for the project. By being bonded, a company is saying that they have undergone the…
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I had the same prolbem with my 95. I replaced the powertrain control modual with one from the junkyard for $50. I bought the car with 150,000 miles and the guy I bought it from said he had to replace it once before that. they must have a prolbem with them. I had the same problem with my 1996 Sebring…
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Answer The bluish-black to bluish-purple color can be a sign of pregnancy. It is called Chadwick's Sign. It is caused by increased blood flow to the cervix/uterus. Answer Inner vaginal lips can turn blue during pregnancy but this doesn't happen to every pregnant woman. Do a pregnancy test.
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Sadism and masochism in which one person dominates another who is considered submissive. A sadist is one who is gratified by inflicting physical or emotional pain on the other person. A masochists, in one who receives pleasure from the physical or emotional pain inflicted by the other partner. ---…
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Planetary Status World astronomers have declared that Pluto is no longer a planet under new guidelines. It is now considered a "dwarf planet". History From its discovery in 1930 until 2006, Pluto was counted as the Solar System's ninth planet. In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, however, many…
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1) Yes. 2) No. Fuel injected: Most likely is the hesitation has another cause such as a bad TPS, MAF or MAP that has lead over time to oxygen sensor damage. With a bad oxygen sensor, your ECU has lost it's fuel learn parameters and made the hesitation problem worse. Carbureted: More likely is a m…
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no it's a dwarf planet I would think that it is a dwarf planet, but its moon, Sharon, is nearly as big as it, so some MAY argue that Sharon is a dwarf planet and Pluto is the moon, but considering Pluto is slightly bigger than Sharon, I would think that Sharon would orbit Pluto rather than Pluto orb…
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The Greeks noticed that the planets moved across the skies faster than the stars and proposed that they were Gods, going about on the business of Gods. At the time it was probably just as much whimsy as a real belief that the Gods were driving their chariots across the skies, but as with most re…
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Although Mercury is the closest planet to the sun, it is only the second hottest planet after Venus. Venus is the hottest as the thick Carbon Dioxide atmosphere holds the heat more effectively, while Mercury has no atmosphere.
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You could see Neptune from Earth with a telescope if you knew exactly where to look.
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Water is wet because it is made up of a substance that feels moist when touched.   Believe it or not but water is a bit sticky. All fluids have what we call surface tension, a tendency to stick to things even itself. You have probably notice how little objects can be stuck to the surface of w…
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Answer:The Moon is closer.The Moon is 384,403 km away from the Earth, The Sun is 146 million km away from the Earth.
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The earth takes 365.25 days to orbit around the sun. The .25 is the reason we have leap years every four years to keep our calendar in line with our orbit around the sun.
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Answer 164.8 Earth years
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1000 years or 35gf and 17 av
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The very nature of delirium is a fluctuant course: ie. the disorder changes along the same day: worse when the light is less, or there is less stimulation. It maybe characterized by hallucinations especially visual and those maybe frightening in case of delirium tremens (a disorder occurring to thos…
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The moon is gray, but it can appear different from earth. The surface is covered in rocks and dust. Atmospheric conditions, reflections, or positioning can give the moon the appearance of being red, blue, yellow, or other hues. This is only an appearance though. The color of the moon itself remains …
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248.5 Earth years Pluto's year -- the period of its revolution around the sun -- is roughly 248.5 Earth years. Pluto's day -- the period of rotation -- is 6.4 Earth days.
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It takes Pluto 248 earth years to orbit the sun.It takes Pluto around 90,000 Earth days to orbit the Sun. Thus one Plutonian year is around 246 Earth years.
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One Neptune year is the length of 164.79 Earth years.
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Neptune appears to be a Royal Blue colour. It is a freezing gas giant. It is also extremely windy and stormy. The colour is caused by the methane in the atmosphere absorbing the red light spectrum and reflecting the blue light spectrum back into space, giving the impression that Neptune is blue. …
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Going at about 13,000 miles/sec, it would take roughly 15-20 years.
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Triton is the largest moon of the planet Neptune and was discovered on October 10, 1846, by English astronomer William Lassell.
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The length of a day on Neptune is approximately 16 hours (16 hours 3-6 minutes at last estimate August 2007).
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The great white spot is located on Saturn
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Neptune has an icy atmosphere composed of helium, hydrogen and methane, as well as dust and ice.The atmosphere is very stormy, with winds fast enough to shred a mere human in seconds.
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Russell Under certain conditions you can see a reaction occur between 2 atoms at a distance of 2 metres. and most people can be taught the necessary focus techniques required, unfortunately those who have poor eye sight and who require glasses cannot.Find a window which looks to a blue sky, stare in…
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Neptune's atmosphere is made up of hydrogen, helium and methane. The methane in Neptune's upper atmosphere absorbs the red light from the sun but reflects the blue light from the sun back into space. This is why Neptune appears blue.
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It would take several years with current technology, much longer if there were constraints on the amount of available fuel, because this determines the trajectory to be used. The New Horizons project (see link) uses planetary gravity assists to reduce the travel time. It was launched in January 200…
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Answer Jupiter's moon, Ganymede Titan is the largest of Saturn's moons.
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Neptune is pretty comparable to Uranus, with Uranus being slightly larger, and Neptune slightly heavier. Neptune's radius at the equator is is about 3.88 Earths, while Uranus is about 4.0 Earths for the same measurement.
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This question is quite difficult to answer, as the Earth and Neptune's orbits are constantly in progress at different speeds, and vastly different distances from the Sun, which changes the distance between the two objects. The average distance between the Sun and Neptune is 30.06 AU. The Earth is ex…
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it depends on how old you are because theres 165 earth years in one neptune year so less then a monthe old.
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Terrestrial planets are: the Earth or a planet that resembles the Earth in its physical characteristics. They are mostly composed of silicate rocks. Terrestrial planets are substantially different from gas giants, which might not have solid surfaces and are composed mostly of some combination of hy…
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There are three ferries which sail between the islands. The shortest and fastest crossing is Alcudia in Majorca to Ciutadella in Menorca which takes 1 hour.
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Usually nothing, that's a normal side effect of being on the pill, especially if you are new to it, and it should be nothing to worry about, however it may occassionally indicate your contraceptive is not as effective as it could be so it may be worth using another method for about seven days just t…
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As of November 2009, astronomers had listed 3,648 known comets (580 unclassified). This is a small fraction of the number that could exist, which could be as high as a trillion or more. Most will never come into proximity of the Sun, trapped in orbits well beyond the planets of the solar system.
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The diameter of Neptune is 49244 km.
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Neptune's gravity is 1.14 times the earths gravity. So if you weigh 100 pounds you would weigh 114 on Neptune.
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C. The space between your vehicle and the vehicles in front, behind and on either side of you.
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Ice aprons are small accumulations of snow and ice that reside on the side of mountains. They are also called hanging glaciers.
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Answer I believe this Sun Chlorella you are refering to is the pure pulverized Chlorella pyrenoidosa grown and cultured by the SUN CHLORELLA CORP. The chlorella which is a green algae is prepared by the company as a dietary supplement. You can get more information about it through their webs…
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Neptune consists primarily of 80% hydrogen and 19% helium. In smaller amounts, it also consists of water, methane, ammonia, and other compounds that can form ice in our solar system's temperatures. Neptune is classified as an ice giant planet, mainly made of the ice-forming molecules water, ammoni…
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Neptune is the Eighth planet in the Solar System. The distance from the Sun is:- Aphelion (Furthest) 4,553,946,490 km (2,829,691,160 miles) ~30.44 AUPerihelion (Nearest) 4,452,940,833 km (2,766,929,150 miles) ~29.766 AUSemi major axis (Mean) 4,503,443,661 km (2,798,310,160 miles) ~30.1036 AU Light …
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Answer A perihelion is the point when a planet, or anything else that could orbit a star, is closest to it, as very few celestial objects , if any, have exactly circular orbits.
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Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto there you goo hun
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Yes, Neptune does have seasons.
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Neptune's and Earth's orbits place them at different distances at different times. The approximate minimum distance between the two is about 4.3 billion kilometers, and the approximate maximum distance between the two is about 4.7 billion kilometers.
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Neptune was named after the Roman God of Sea.
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September 23, 1846. It was discovered by mathematical prediction by Johann Galle, meaning that's it's whereabouts was predicted through gravitational effects of other planets.
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September 23, 1846 by Johann Gottfried Galle Neptune was discovered on September 23, 1846, by by Johann Galle and Heinrich d'Arrest at the Berlin Observatory, using a predicted position by Urbain LeVerrier.
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It's a roman god, and its the god of the sea. NEPTUNE! Hope I helped with your project/fact/whatever-you-are-doing!
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King Neptune is Poseidon that's why people also say king of the sea direct quote from sponge bob square pants "why Neptune why "(under the sea creatures)
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Yes but not in liquid form. It is in the form of ice. There is water on one of its moons though.
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Vietnam's climate is dictated by two monsoon seasons -- the southwest monsoon from March or April to September and the northeast monsoon from October to late March or early April.Leandra Kramer
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It depends upon the speed of travel. The fastest current spacecraft (in 2012) would take about 5 years to travel there directly, provided it was at its closest distance to Earth (the distance can vary from about 2.6 billion kilometers to 3.1 billion kilometers).
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To answer this we must start by taking a look at Neptune's mass. Neptune's mass is about 1.02 x 1026 kg. It would take over 17 Earths to fill up Neptune, but the gravity on Neptune is only 1.19 times of the gravity on Earth. This is because it is such a large planet (and the gravitational force a…
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There are no comets on Neptune because Neptune is a planet and comets are, well, comets. They have nothing to do with each other.
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The planet is named after Mars, the Roman god of war. It is also called to as the Red Planet because of its reddish appearance as seen from Earth.
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The orbital period for Neptune is roughly 60,190 days or about 165 Earth years (164.79 Earth years).Neptune takes 60,190 earth days or 164.79 earth years to complete one rotation around the sun.
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The closest the two planets ever get is in excess of 17 AU (2,543,166,000 km). Pluto's orbit slips "inside" Neptune's, but the orbital path of the one does not actually cross that of the other. As regards proximity, Pluto actually passes closer to Uranus (11 AU) at its closest than it does to Neptun…
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Neptune is a big, blue ball of gas. But there's more to the story. It is mostly really, really, really cold hydrogen and helium with a bit of methane. (But we're not really sure why it's blue. Cool, huh?! Yeah!) It is thought to have a rocky core surrounded by a thick shell of ice (water, amonia and…
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one year is 165 earth years for us...which means it would be 60,225 earth days
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No, the aether does not pervade space. In deep space (intergalactic space) there is a near perfect vacuum. Perhaps only an atom or two of hydrogen float around here in a given volume of emptiness. And a bit of light will be passing through. There is also that pervasive bit of cosmic background micro…
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Neptune is the 8th planet from the Sun and the outermost major planet in our solar system. Neptune is slightly smaller but more massive (dense) than Uranus. Neptune is nicknamed the "Ocean Planet" because of its blue color, and no actual liquid water exists as there is on Earth. It is a gas and "i…
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Not at all. Windows Neptune was the codename for a home operating system based on Windows 2000 Professional. The project unfortunately couldn't be finished in time, and so Windows ME was released instead. Many of the ideas found in Windows Neptune were later integrated into Windows XP. An alpha ISO …
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Answer yes as polution is dangerous and we should know more
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Cardio should be at least a half hour. Strength training should be done at high intensity for short periods of time, so it should be no more than 20 minutes.
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clouds are blue, they are blue occasionally on a storm. Clouds are white for the most part, however they are usually grey when it rains and are occasionally blue and black when it rains out and occasionally white when it rains, but certain grey clouds known as altoculumus also are grey but don't pro…
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Neptune, the planet that is the farthest known of the solar system, if you discount Pluto, is located 30.047 times farther away from the Sun than Earth is, at 2,793,100,000 miles, while earth is 93,000,000 miles from the Sun. Only about one thousandth of the Sunlight received by Earth reaches Neptun…
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No,Neptune is too cold and if you get too close..well see you on the other side.You wil freeze to death!
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A thick paperback book weighs about 1 pound.A large hamburger (Whopper, Big Mac) can weigh about a pound (about 1/4 pound of meat).A set of 5 or 6 DVDs, in their cases, weighs about a pound.
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the ratio of an object's on Earth to its weight on Neptune is 5:7
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It takes 1 and a half hour if you drive at the speed of 100 km/hr or 60 miles/hr.
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well you may have noticed that in Pokemon ruby and Sapphire that the tree is blocking the way for the rocket but in Pokemon emrelad its not so yeah, go in the place and talk to the guy looking out the window and when he says rocket 100 is leaving u jump on it ok!! PS reply to me at James.c.bandicoo…
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Matter has never not moved.
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Galileo discovered that the earth revolved around the sun and that it wasn't the center of the universe as the Catholic church taught.
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the gravity is 112.5 pounds
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The great red spot is on Jupiter .
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A surface that is too smooth can have insufficient friction for your feet to gain traction. A rocky surface, on the other hand, can be hard to navigate because of the uneven terrain.
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This probably depends on the astrologer reading the chart. As for me, I would include the Ascendant and Midheaven as part of a Grand Cross (or Grand Trine) since these are the most personal points in the chart -- they are based not only on date, but also the time and location of birth. On the ot…
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Neptune was discovered in 1846. Though it was first observed in 1612 by Galileo Galilei.
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In actuality, although Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun, Venus (twice as far from Sun) actually has the hottest surface temperature. The reason is that the surface temperature of Mercury is regulated solely by the Sun (Mercury has no atmosphere) at approximately 430oC ( 806oF) at high poin…
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Typically it is more efficient (and cheaper) to use a set back thermostat. Here is the most basic reason. The rate at which heat is gained or lost by a home or building depends on the difference in temperature between the indoors and the outdoors. Setting the temperature back (higher in the summer a…
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Answer While it would be safe for the baby, the grandparent would need to take precautions against contagious diseases. Since babies are notorious germ spreaders (especially those with a lot of contact with other babies such as a daycare setting), people undergoing chemotherapy often avoid too m…
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Contrary to popular belief, new evidence has shown that Neptune, despite being the furthest (8th) planet from the sun, is actually not the coldest. Neptune has an exposed core of molten ammonia and superheated methane. Because the planet has no defined surface, there is nothing preventing the heat…
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The sun (and its system, including us) is moving in an orbit around the center of the Milky Way, and it is moving at the brisk rate of 486,000 miles per hour. It takes an unfathomable 226 million years for the sun (and its solar system) to make the full circuit around. The last time we were at this …
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