Triton

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Triton is the largest moon of the planet Neptune and the only large moon in the solar system that orbits in the opposite direction to the rotation of the home planet. It is thought that Triton was captured by Neptune from the Kuiper belt. (The Kuiper belt is a region of the solar system beyond the planets consisting of smaller bodies and several dwarf planets including Pluto)

Triton is one of the few moons in the solar system known to be geologically active. The surface is cut by complex valleys and ridges, probably the result of tectonics and icy volcanism. Although Triton is made of various ices, the subsurface processes are similar to those that produce volcanoes and rift valleys on Earth, but with water and ammonia lavas as opposed to liquid rock. Parts of the surface are dotted with geysers–Voyager II observed geyser-like eruptions of nitrogen gas and entrained dust from beneath the surface of Triton in plumes up to five miles high.

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from Voyager, released January 1, 2015
Composed and arranged by Cailyn Lloyd

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Cailyn began playing piano at an early age followed by violin and bass guitar. She settled on lead guitar in her teens, playing in blues and prog-rock bands in London, England. Nine years ago, Cailyn returned to music full time, devoting most of her time to studio and session work. She is also studying music theory and composition with San Francisco composer, Daniel Leo Simpson. ... more

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