neptune retrograde on Friday begins a period of transparency.
A monster mash-up of Mercury and ruler neptune on Friday the 13th will leave detractors shaking in their boots.
By Friday, the Moon teams with neptune to provide you fortitude to see imaginative goals through to fruition.
The full moon opposes the Sun, Tuesday, with neptune as the mediating planet.
neptune and Chiron fusing in Pisces fast-tracks the expression of fresh talents or directions in a creative field.
Telegraph to me there to my club, the Mars and neptune, Piccadilly.
O shell-borne neptune, I am pierc'd and stung With new-born life!
But neptune is now far away, outside of the Greek world, so to speak, among the Ethiopians.
Let him alone,” exclaimed neptune; “he is beneath our notice, after all.
It was the element in his way, the environment always hostile to him; neptune was the deity who was angry and made him suffer.
late 14c., "god of the sea," from Latin Neptunus, son of Saturn, brother of Jupiter, the Roman god of the sea (later identified with Greek Poseidon), probably from PIE root *nebh- "cloud" (cf. Latin nebula "fog, mist, cloud;" see nebula), via a sense of "moist, wet." The planet so named was discovered by Galle in 1846. Until the identification of Pluto in 1930, it was the most distant planet known.
The eighth planet from the Sun and the fourth largest, with a diameter almost four times that of Earth. Neptune is a gas giant with a very active weather system, exhibiting extremely long and powerful storms with the fastest winds observed in the solar system. Neptune's axis is tilted 28.8° from the plane of its orbit, and its summer and winter seasons each last 40 years. For a period of 20 years out of every 248, Pluto's highly elliptical orbit crosses within that of Neptune, making Neptune the farthest planet from the Sun during that period. Neptune has four faint rings and 13 known moons and appears blue due to the absorption of red light by the methane within its atmosphere. See Table at solar system.
The Roman and Greek god who ruled the sea.
Note: Neptune is frequently portrayed as a bearded giant with a fish's scaly tail, holding a large three-pronged spear, or trident.
In astronomy, a major planet, the eighth planet from the sun. Neptune is named for the Roman god of the sea. Neptune is similar in size and composition to Uranus. It is usually visible only through a telescope and was discovered in the 1840s. For a period ending in 1999, Pluto's orbit took it inside the orbit of neptune. (See solar system; see under “Mythology and Folklore.”)
Note: Some astronomers have suggested that Pluto is not a planet in the usual sense but is an object more like an asteroid, and that Neptune, therefore, is actually the outermost planet.