What Is The Temperature On Neptune?


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Loy Larvin Profile
Loy Larvin answered
At an Average it is About -250 to -350 degree centigrade
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shaniqua rush answered
Atmosphere and Weather: Much of what we know about Neptune's atmosphere is from the Voyager II flyby in 1989. Like Uranus, Neptune has a dynamic atmosphere with a shroud of cold clouds. The average cloud temperature ranges from about -240 degrees to -330 degrees F.
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Penny Kay answered
On the planet Neptune temperatures are very cold, with temperatures reaching down to -400 below zero with winds reaching 900 miles per hour.
Girija Naiksatam Profile
The temperature on Neptune is -214° C (-353° F). Scientists believe that Neptune must have some internal source of heat and its atmosphere consists mostly of hydrogen and helium. The presence of up to 2% methane in the planet Neptune is the prime reason behind its striking blue color.

Neptune is not visible to the naked eye but can be seen through a telescope as minute greenish blue colored disc. It is encircled by five thin rings with an equatorial diameter of 49,500 kilometers. The planet is mainly comprised of a mixture of molten rock, water, liquid ammonia and methane. The outer surface layer is a mixture of hot gases like hydrogen, helium and methane.

It orbits round the Sun every 165 years and has eight moons surround all over.
It was revealed by Johann Gottfried Galle on September 23, 1846. He was associated with the Berlin Observatory.

Neptune is a vibrant planet with quite a few dark spots reminiscent of Jupiter's hurricane-like storms. The largest known spot in Neptune is the Great Dark Spot, which is comparable to the size of the earth.
James Wheeler Profile
James Wheeler answered
Neptune's temperature range is -214 degrees Celsius
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Neptune's temperature at its cloud tops is usually close to −218 °C (55.1 K),
one of the coldest in the solar system, due to its great distance from
the Sun. The temperature in Neptune's centre is about 7,000 °C (7,270 K).(wikipedia)
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Glen Thornbury answered
This is something that YOU would also like to know, too!
Mercury,The closest planet to the Sun is hot enough to melt lead on one side, and around -270 F degrees in places on the other side!!!
This was uncovered be the early Space Probe fly by!

There is no place on the next 4 planets that cold!!!

The US has another Probe heading there to learn WHY?
I believe I know,but it's not proved!

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