As of January 2008, Neptune has 13 named natural satellites.
|Name||Diameter||Mass||Distance from Neptune|
|Naiad||58 km||48,227 km|
|Thalassa||80 km||50,074 km|
|Despina||148 km||52,526 km|
|Galatea||158 km||61,953 km|
|Larissa||208 x 178 km||73,548 km|
|Proteus||436 x 416 x 402 km||117,647 km|
|Triton||2,704 km||2.14 x 1022 kg||354,300 km|
|Nereid||340 km||5,513,400 km|
|Halimede||61 km||15,728,000 km|
|Sao||40 km||22,422,000 km|
|Laomedeia||40 km||23,571,000 km|
|Psamathe||38 km||46,695,000 km|
|Neso||60 km||48,387,000 km|
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