Talk:Neso (moon)

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48.837 Gm -- what is "Gm?" ...this should have a link or something to explain that unit.

Standard metric. G is giga- (109), as in gigabyte (GB), and m is meter. 1Gm = 1000Mm; 1Mm = 1000km.
I changed it to km, which I think is much clearer and way more widely-used. Also added the orbital period.
Ah, but proper usage is the closest unit. I'll add the link so it is easier next time.
Urhixidur 19:05, 2005 May 27 (UTC)

Name based on the Greek word for island, νησος; stress on the e. kwami 16:21, 8 May 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Yes, why use understandable units when something more obtuse will do? ;-) —RJH (talk) 17:59, 12 November 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

There reads: It was discovered ... on August 14, 2002, though it went unnoticed until 2003.
"Went unnoticed until 2003"? They discovered it, but didn't realize it? I don't get it. (talk) 04:17, 20 July 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I didnt read the PDF .... i have trouble with densely typed text .... but perhaps they mean that they had it on images but didnt know it was a moon until they looked at enough to see that it was actually orbiting Neptune. though we should definitely choose better wording in any case. Soap 06:28, 15 March 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]