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New moon of Neptune discovered

New moon of Neptune discovered

1 July, 2013

A new moon of planet Neptune was discovered on 1st July 2013. The moon was named S/2004 N 1, is very small – only 18 kilometres in diameter – and is so dim that it wasn’t observed by Voyager 2 when the craft flew by the planet.

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