- This article is about the moon Triton. For the spaceship, see Triton (spacecraft)
When riots grew on Ceres and throughout the Belt after the destruction of the Canterbury Books • TV, a band of prospectors sympathetic to the OPA occupied the astronomy labs on Triton, turned the array in-system and broadcasted the location of every Martian ship in the system.
- Triton is the son of Neptune and is the guardian of the fishes and other creatures in the deep blue sea.
- Triton is thought to be an object from the Kuiper belt, once being the biggest dwarf planet, caught by Neptune's gravitational pull millions of years ago.
- It orbits Neptune in a retrograde orbit, meaning it spins in the opposite direction Neptune rotates, and is the largest moon in the Sol System to do so.
- It has geysers, spewing out nitrogen, giving the moon a very thin nitrogen atmosphere.
- The South pole of the moon is covered with frozen nitrogen and methane. There may be a North cap as well.
- Triton (Moon) on Wikipedia