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Images of Neptune

Voyager image of Neptune

Voyager image of Neptune.
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Neptune's rings

Neptune's rings.
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Neptune's Great Dark Spot

Neptune's Great Dark Spot.
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Neptune's moon Triton

Neptune's moon Triton.
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Parting view of Neptune and moon Triton

Parting view of Neptune and moon Triton.
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False-color image of Neptune. Red areas are semitransparent haze covering planet.

False-color image of Neptune.
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Neptune's Great Dark Spot, accompanied by white high-altitude clouds.

Neptune's Great Dark Spot, accompanied by white high-altitude clouds.
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Cloud systems in Neptune's southern hemisphere.

Cloud systems in Neptune's southern hemisphere.
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Greak Dark Spot. This storm system rotates counterclockwise.

Greak Dark Spot. This storm system rotates counterclockwise.
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High-altitude cloud streaks in Neptune's atmosphere.

High-altitude cloud streaks in Neptune's atmosphere.
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Two views of satellite 1989N2. Dark, irregularly shaped moon was discovered by Voyager 2.

Two views of satellite 1989N2. Dark, irregularly shaped moon was discovered by Voyager 2.
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Satellite 1989N1, discovered by Voyager 2.

Satellite 1989N1, discovered by Voyager 2.
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Neptune's ring system, shown in two exposures lasting nearly 10 minutes each.

Neptune's ring system, shown in two exposures lasting nearly 10 minutes each.
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Detail of Neptune's rings.

Detail of Neptune's rings.
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Bright Southern hemisphere on Triton.

Southern hemisphere on Triton.
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View about 300 miles across of Triton's surface.

View about 300 miles across of Triton's surface.
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Triton from 80,000 miles. Long feature is probably a narrow down-dropped fault block.

Triton from 80,000 miles. Long feature is probably a narrow down-dropped fault block.
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Triton's south polar terrain. About 50 dark plumes mark what may be ice volcanoes.

Triton's south polar terrain. About 50 dark plumes mark what may be ice volcanoes.
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Triton from 25,000 miles. Depressions may be caused by melting and collapsing of icy surface.

Triton from 25,000 miles. Depressions may be caused by melting and collapsing of icy surface.
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High-resolution color mosaic of Triton.

High-resolution color mosaic of Triton.
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Triton just after closest approach.

Triton just after closest approach.
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Post-encounter view of Neptune's south pole.

Post-encounter view of Neptune's south pole.
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Neptune and Triton 3 days after flyby. Triton is smaller crescent and is closer to viewer.

Neptune and Triton 3 days after flyby. Triton is smaller crescent and is closer to viewer.
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