Triton is the largest natural satellite of the planet Neptune. It was discovered on
October 10, ... Triton's orbit is associated with two tilts, the inclination of Neptune's
spin to Neptune'...
Jun 30, 2016 ... Triton is the largest of Neptune's moons. Discovered in 1846 by British
astronomer William Lassell – just weeks after Neptune itself was found ...
Triton is the largest moon of Neptune, with a diameter of 2700 km. Triton is colder
than any other measured object in the Solar System with a surface temperature ...
5.877 days. Triton orbits in the opposite direction to Neptune's rotation (called a
retrograde rotation). In addition, the same side of Triton always faces Neptune.
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Mar 1, 2016 ... Neptune's largest moon, Triton, orbits the opposite direction of all other moons in
our solar system, and no one is sure why. No, Triton is not a ...
Discover facts about Triton - Neptune's largest moon. See what the Voyager 2
probe revealed about it in a video clip from the BBC TV series The Planets.
Triton, the largest satellite of Neptune, orbits in the opposite direction from most
moons, suggesting that Neptune captured it in the distant past. Millions of years ...
Jun 10, 2015 ... The surface of Neptune's moon Triton is young and ice covered, with evidence for
volcanic plains, as well as mounds and round pits built by icy ...
Oct 13, 1998 ... and later been captured by Neptune (perhaps involving a collision with another
now shattered Neptunian moon). A capture scenario could ...
Triton is Neptune's largest moon. It was discovered in 1846, a month after
Neptune itself was discovered. It travels in the opposite direction to Neptune's