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The second-closest satellite of Neptune, orbiting between the Galle and Le Verrier Rings in 0.311 days at a distance of 50 075 km; also known as Neptune IV. It is about 80 km in diameter, and was discovered in 1989 on images taken by the Voyager 2 spacecraft.

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