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Why Does Neptune's Moon, Triton, Orbit Backwards?

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Neptune's largest moon, Triton, orbits the opposite direction of all other moons in our solar system, and no one is sure why. No, Triton is not a "Death Star" or an artificial object, but it may not have originated near Neptune.

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