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English: Diagram of the planet Neptune.
  1. Upper atmosphere, top clouds.
  2. Atmosphere consisting of hydrogen, helium, and methane gas.
  3. Mantle consisting of water, ammonia, and methane ices.
  4. Core consisting of rock (silicates and nickel-iron).
Deutsch: Neptun.
  1. Obere Atmosphäre, oberste Wolkenschicht.
  2. Atmosphäre (Wasserstoff, Helium, Methangas)
  3. Mantel (Wasser, Ammoniak, Methaneis)
  4. Kern (Fels)
Русский: Нептун.
  1. Верхняя атмосфера, наивысший слой облачности.
  2. Атмосфера (водород, гелий, газообразный метан)
  3. Мантия (вода, аммиак, метановый лёд)
  4. Ядро (силикаты, никель, железо)
Slovenčina: Neptún.
  1. Vrchná armosféra, vrcholky mrakov
  2. Atmosféra (vosik, hélium, metán)
  3. Plášť (voda, amoniak, metánový l'ad)
  4. Jardo (kameň)
Date 06:17, 8 October 2008 (UTC)
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Author NASA; Pbroks13 (redraw)


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