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Neptune and Triton from Hubble

Neptune and Triton from Hubble

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Hubble / Ted Stryk, Roane State CC

Neptune and Triton from Hubble
One of the best images of Neptune taken by Hubble employed the now-defunct high resolution channel of the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). Lots of cloud features on Neptune are visible, and there are hints of albedo variations on Triton.

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Original image data dated on or about July 23, 2006

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