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Thalassa
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Photo of the satellite Thalassa of the planet Neptune
Thalassa   Neptune IV (S/1989 N5)

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Mean distance from the planet Neptune 50.075 km
Orbital period around the planet Neptune (sideric) 0,311 d
Mean orbital velocity 11,67 km/s
Orbital inclination 0,205 °
Eccentricity of the orbit around the planet Neptune 0,0002
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Discovered by Richard John Terrile, Voyager 2 Team 1989
Mass 3,5 × 1017 kg
Equatorial radius 41 km
Mean density 1,3 g/cm³
Albedo 0,09
Apparent magnitude + 23,9 mvis
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Thalassa is the Greek personification of the sea. Aether and Hemera were her parents. She's called the mother of Aphrodite by Zeus. She was the wife of Pontus and the mother of nine Telchines and all sea life.

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