Neso, the furthest out moon of Neptune, Neso has the longest orbital period around Neptune. Also known as Neptune XIII, Neso has an orbital period around Neptune of around 9740.73 Earth Days or 26.67 Earth Years. Neso is an irregular moon. The mass of Neso is 164,853,527,640,691,000 kilograms and a diameter 60 kilometers.
Profile of Neso
Neso was discovered in Mid-August of 2002 by Smithsonians Astrophysicist Matthew J. Holman and Canadian Astronomer Brett J. Gladman. Neso use to be named S/2002 N 4.
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