Neptune has violent weather systems with heat welling up from its interior and a massive erupting moon. Cloud top temperatures reach -330°F (-201°C).
Neptune is largely made of water and deep inside the planet there may be a rocky core and sea of liquid diamond. Diamond hailstorms may rain down through Neptune’s mantle and like all the gas giants in the outer solar systems, Neptune is surrounded by a fascinating and dynamic environment in which to plant our flag.
Neptune’s Moon Triton is one of the coldest places in the solar system. The surface is a jumble of rocky outcrops, ridges, furrows and craters. All of these features prove that Triton’s surface is very young at just a few million years old. Triton has a tenuous atmosphere of nitrogen and a reddish surface coated in methane and nitrogen ice. Geysers spew out plumes of nitrogen gas mixed with dark dust that can reach heights of 5 miles (8km) before falling back to stain the surface.
With a surface temperature of -391°F (-235°C), Neptune’s Moon Triton is one of the coldest places in the solar system.
Like Mercury’s flag a parasol would work like an umbrella protecting the flag from the geysers. The flag can be made from titanium with a titanium frame on top of the flag to hold the parasol in place.
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