Ocean of liquid ammonia on Neptune

This planet has a complex inner structure composed of metals, and a silicate core, with methane and a mantle made of frozen ammonia. Blue Giant’s atmospheric layers consist mainly of helium and methane, so it’s a gaseous one. Like other gaseous giants, the Blue Ice Giant doesn’t have a solid surface layer. Instead, its gas forms a water layer and becomes slushy ice. This ocean of liquid ammonia acts as this planet’s surface and is 10 times our planet’s mass. Since this planet doesn’t have a hard layer, its surface area can’t be accurately studied or determined.

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