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Triton

Triton and Neptune

Triton, also known as Neptune I, is the biggest natural satellite of the outer planet, Neptune. Triton was discovered on October 10, 1846 by the astronomer William Lassell.

Surface FeaturesEdit

The surface of Triton is slightly smooth, with some craters located through this Neptunian object.

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