Moon N1 Triton
|Mean diameter||2706.8 km|
|Avg. density||2.061 g/cm3|
|Equatorial surface gravity||0.780 m/s2|
|Escape velocity||1.453 km/s|
|Rotation period (sidereal)||141.04 hours|
The only close-up images of Triton were obtained by the Voyager 2 probe in 1989 and only a portion of its surface were photographed with enough quality during the fly-by.
This object does not have a shape model yet and is being displayed as a textured tri-axial ellipsoid.
Textures are simple cylindrical projections with prime meridian at the middle, provided at the highest resolution available.
(JPEG, 14138×7069px, 11.9 MB)