Solar System - Neptune 3D screensaver 1.3

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Neptune screensaver let's you have a close look at Neptune, the farthest planet from the Sun in the Solar System. You will appreciate the pacifying atmosphere of undisturbed space and enjoy the realistic 3D image of the planet in this screensaver

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
Rixane Interactive
Price:
Freeware
File size:
3.52 Mb
Date added:
February 21, 2012
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Description from the Publisher
Explore the Solar System with Neptune 3D screensaver. Imagine yourself a great astronaut that can have a close look at the farthest planet from the Sun. Restore peace of mind observing a myriad of stars, looking so captivating in their eternal shine. This free screensaver is the latest creation made by the developers of the popular Solar System series. It will be a great ornament for your desktop and perfect refreshment for your mind
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