Wednesday, April 6, 2016

A Traveller's Guide to the Planets - Neptune and Uranus

Today on Far Future Horizons we continue our grand tour of our Solar System and explore the ice zone to learn the secrets of two world's which are impossible to fully fathom – Uranus and Neptune.

Uranus, an icy gas giant with an atmosphere composed of a cosmic cocktail of hydrogen, helium and methane, is so distant from the sun that it takes 84 years to orbit the sun. 

Neptune, its vibrantly blue neighbour, takes nearly twice that long. Rocket to the far reaches of the solar system, where a trip to these remote worlds has long been a mystery tour.

A Traveler's Guide to the Planets is available from Amazon's Instant Video

A Traveller's Guide To The Planets : Neptune and Uranus
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