Joakim E.

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  Imagine for a second we are in the year 2112 and civilian planetary space travel is an everyday event. Take a look at what a travel brochure might look like for your favorite planet.

 Things to see on Neptune

Go to Neptune and see its eight satellites all at the same time. Site seers will love Neptune's beautiful moons and the interesting rings surrounding the planet. The satellites have different shapes and who knows you may find a new undiscovered moon! Get your tickets soon, until early 1999 Neptune is the furthest planet in our solar system. After that Pluto will take its rightful place as the furthest planet.

 Cool things to do on Neptune

Neptune’s surface is mostly covered with ice, so if you like ice-skating, feel free to start your own hockey league or a figure skating contest. Go and ride on the biggest roller coaster you have ever seen. Just get a free ticket and go for a ride on Neptune’s rings and enjoy. A Neptune year is almost 165 earth years, so if you move or travel to Neptune you would live longer. On earth you can visit not only one moon, but on Neptune you have eight different moons’ to see and visit and take in all their different colors and nuances. Neptune can also be very warm and sunny if you want to work on your tan a little bit.

 Protecting you on Neptune

Parts of Neptune are very cold but with our brand new super heated suits, you won’t have to worry. Neptune's atmosphere lacks some basic components for people to be able to live on the planet. We bring some from the earth, so you’ll be just fine. Our very big and strong winds may be the toughest problem but the huge protection walls will stop the wind and at the same time we’ll be able to get energy and heat.

 Basic facts

Neptune is only 4.347 X 10^6 km from earth and one day is a little shorter than you are used to, only 16.1 hours. Its revolution is almost 165 earth years so it’s going to be a long summer! The atmosphere is of 74% hydrogen, 25% helium and 1% methane. Neptune has a lot of clouds and a very thick atmosphere. Neptune is 17.2 times as massive as the earth.