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Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"

 
Anonymous Coward
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Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
Wait a minute.That picture shows Neptune with primarilly blue atmosphere!
What happened to that theory about a methane giant? More bull!
Oxygen in abundance! Not just the Earth!
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01/31/2005 07:25 AM
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
So, in your weird world blue = oxygen.

Gee, I guess we´d better go re-write all the science books.

You get stupider with every post you make george.

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"Oxygen in abundance! Not just the Earth!"

Frozen methane also scatters light in the blue spectrum, but it is different from the spectrum found on Earth.
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
The key phrase in the article is:

"Combining simultaneous observations of Neptune made with the Hubble Space Telescope and NASA´s Infrared Telescope Facility on Mauna Kea, Hawaii"

Note the "Infrared Telescope". This is a "false color" picture, NOT true color!

Also note: Contrary to what some would have you believe, false color pictures are NOT an attempt to deceive the public, but a means of studying things that cannot normally be seen (such as infra-red)!
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
The first two thirds of Neptune is composed of a mixture of molten rock, water, liquid ammonia and methane. The outer third is a mixture of heated gases comprised of hydrogen, helium, water and methane. Methane gives Neptune its blue cloud color.

Neptune has a set of four rings which are narrow and very faint. The rings are made up of dust particles thought to have been made by tiny meteorites smashing into Neptune´s moons. From ground based telescopes the rings appear to be arcs but from Voyager 2 the arcs turned out to be bright spots or clumps in the ring system. The exact cause of the bright clumps is unknown.

I believe Neptunes true color, however, is more like a very bright teal. Hope this helps...
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
True color image of Neptune:

[link to www.solarviews.com]
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Fron the picture,not only does Neptune appear to have much oxygen,indicated by the blue color I assume,but it also has a "spot" like Jupiter and Saturn.
Hollowing out worlds seems to be all the rage.We werent We let in on it?
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
Fron the picture,not only does Neptune appear to have much oxygen,indicated by the blue color I assume,but it also has a "spot" like Jupiter and Saturn.

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Did you read anything anybody posted here?

A blue colour DOESN´T mean there´s oxygen there.

Yes, Neptune can also develop spots similar to Jupiter and Saturn - we´ve known this for years.

Try reading and learning some time - it´s quite a good way of finding stuff out.
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
No? Why is the Earth blue viewed from space? or white due to cloud cover. Both indicate oxygen,both in the air and the water.

Jupiter,multi-colored.Amonia and methane ,so they say.

Neptune a nice shade of blue. Uranus green,so who knows.

Mars ,I believe has a blue sky,not a red one as we were led to believe,someone used a camera filter.
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
In chemistry /physics,blue is the symbol for oxygen.Why? Spectography. Gotcha!
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
Evidence of water on Mars.Even frosts,which should have been evident from the ICE CAPS.
Lotsa oxygen and water baby.
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
In chemistry /physics,blue is the symbol for oxygen.Why? Spectography. Gotcha!

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"blue is the symbol for oxygen"

1rof1

Glad to see you´ve learned a nice new big word like "spectography". Pity you haven´t a clue what it is, how it´s done, or what the results are like.

"blue is the symbol for oxygen"

That one goes in my dumb quotes of the year collection!

lol
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
Ho-lee shit...

== Quote ==========================================
Why is the Earth blue viewed from space?
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How long have you been thawed out? You seem to be quite behind the times...
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05/14/2005 10:46 PM
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
How long have you been thawed out?

April 13, 2004
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
How about April 29, 2005 too!
GO THERE IF YOU WANT BUT...
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05/14/2005 10:51 PM
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
"Blue means oxygen"

You would not survive one minute after breathing the atmosphere on Neptune.
Shakey
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
The reference was made to Oxygen not for the so called flesh and blood humans...
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
Have you noticed Climb is not biting?
Shakey
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
OMG I made a typo...


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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
Uhhh... biting what?
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
Come on one who knows it all!
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
There was a discovery magazine article saying that Neptune i think it said Neptune may be raining diamonds in the atmosphere..
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aaron capricorn

Would that not be awesome beats hail of no value!
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
ZetaCrap wrong again!
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
Well 881.

What´s the right thought then?
Shakey
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
bump for Neptune´s weather
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Re: Neptune: "weirdest weather in the solar system"
So let me try to get this right Shakey - do you think that blue means oxygen, and only oxygen, so anything blue must contain oxygen, or that anything that contains oxygen must always be blue? Or something?
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