S/2002 N 4
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S/2002 N 4 is a natural satellite of Neptune. It was discovered by Matthew J. Holman, Brett J. Gladman, et al. in 2003 from pictures taken in 2002. It orbits Neptune at a distance of 48.387 Gm, making it the most distant known moon of any planet. S/2002 N 4 is about 60 km in diameter, and has an orbital period of approximately 25.7 years.
- The Moons of the Solar System -- S/2002 N4 (http://ksiezyce.republika.pl/neptune/s2002_n4_en.html)
| Neptune's natural satellites |
|Naiad | Thalassa | Despina | Galatea | Larissa | Proteus | Triton | Nereid|
|S/2002 N 1 | S/2002 N 2 | S/2002 N 3 | S/2003 N 1 | S/2002 N 4|
|see also: The Solar System|