Neptune is visible from Earth at many times during the year depending on your location. It is not visible with the naked eye, so you will need a telescope.
As long as you stay on the Earth, Neptune is never visible without optical aid.
neptune does have visible rings around it
All of them, although Neptune requires a telescope.
As far as is known, Neptune has no artificial satellites.No object made on earth is in orbit around Neptune. If there is one there that was manufacturedby sentient, technologically sophisticated beings in some other place, it's not visible from earth.
no,no telescope has seen neptune
As seen from the earth is is not at all bright. It is the only planet which is not visible to the naked eye.
We have no information about how often meteors strike the planet Neptune. It is almost certain that it happens, but Neptune is so far away that it would have to be an enormous asteroid striking the planet to be visible on earth, unless the Hubble happened to be looking at Neptune anyway.
It depends on the time of the year, your location, and clear skies. All seven planets are visible with the naked eye but Uranus and Neptune appear quite faint and Mercury is only visible at sunrise or sunset.
Neptune does not affect Earth.
Yes. The diameter of Neptune is about 3.9 times that of Earth. The mass of Neptune is about 17 times that of Earth.
Neptune is larger than Earth.
Neptune is 2,697,000,000 miles from the earth.
Earth is small compared to Neptune
in line Neptune is 5th away from the earth
From space you can see that Earth is klight blue, with green spots. Which are the ocean and land, which no other planet has (except maybe Neptune)
You can't see Neptune with the naked eye from Earth
Earth is about 25% smaller than Neptune.Neptune is about 3.88 times larger than the Earth.
Earth. Neptune is the farthest planet away. Since the Sun is totally far away, this makes Neptune closer to Earth. Its like " the sun, a couple of planets including Earth, and then Neptune".
"it takes 20 earth days to reach neptune from earth"
Earth doesn't rotate around Neptune. Both Earth and Neptune go around the sun.
A year on Neptune = 165 earth years (approx). A day on Neptune = 0.00184 earth years (approx).
The rotation of the planet Neptune is much faster than Earth's. It completes a rotational "day" in about 16 Earth hours. So in an Earth year (365.25 Earth days), Neptune completes about 544 Neptune days. In a Neptune year, there are about 89,666 Neptune days.