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Neptune Icosahedron

Target Name:  Neptune
Spacecraft:  Voyager
Produced by:  Calvin J. Hamilton
Copyright: © 1998 by Calvin J. Hamilton
Date Released: 12 October 2001
(Publisher Permission Request)

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Neptune is the outermost planet of the gas giants. It has an equatorial diameter of 49,500 kilometers (30,760 miles). This icosahedron of Neptune was created from a mosaic of Voyager image data. It can be assemble by cutting along the edges of the map. Tape or glue can be used to assemble the globe. Double-sided tape works well. The challenge is in connecting the last edges together. Good luck and have fun.

This image is Copyrighted 2001 by Calvin J. Hamilton. Any commercial/for-profit use of this image needs to be addressed to Calvin J. Hamilton.

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