Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Neptune

We have been learning about planets.
I wrote a report on Neptune.

NEPTUNE
Neptune is a planet. It is the furthest planet and is the 8th planet away from the sun.   
Neptune is 4,498,000,000km from the sun. It is nearly impossible to see even through a powerful telescope.



From far away Neptune looks blue.
Neptune has rings and it has  14 moons. Neptune’s moon names are
  1. Triton
  2. Laomedeia
  3. S/2004N1
  4. Nereid
  5. Halimede
  6. Proteus
  7. Despina
  8. Psamathe
  9. Sao
  10. Larissa
  11. Galatea
  12. Naiad
  13. Thalassa
  14. Neso
Neptune is extremely cold. Neptune is the windiest planet.  It has winds 2000 km an hour. Neptune is a gas planet.  It is a bit like a frozen coke on the surface.

 
It takes Neptune 165 Earth years to orbit the sun. A day on Neptune is 16 hours and 6 minutes.  Earth’s days are longer than days on Neptune and are 24hrs.

Neptune was discovered in 1846 by an astronomer called Johann Galle.

Some day you might be lucky to go to Neptune and see all of its 14 moons. Hopefully, you won’t die from the freezing cold or be blown away in the forceful winds!

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2 comments:

  1. Hi Royden, you have done a great job reporting on your planet Neptune. I like how you have set your text size to big so it is easy to read. Good job, from Liam.

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  2. Kia ora Royden,

    My name is Emiely (pronounced "Emily") and I am a blogger at the Summer Learning Journey. This is a great blog post about Neptune! You have included some very interesting facts about Neptune. I really like the colour of Neptune! Which planet would you and to live on and why?

    I know it's a bit tricky to start, but if you wanted to continue blogging over the summer holidays remember to head over to the activities page on the Summer Learning Journey website. You can do these activities in any order. Be sure to remember to post your answers onto your blog.

    Summer Learning Journey activities link:
    https://sites.google.com/site/summerlearningjourney/weekly-activities/week-one

    I hope to be blogging with you this summer!

    Noho ora mai,
    Emiely :)

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Thank-you for your positive, thoughtful, helpful comment.