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Hubble Discovers 5th Moon of Pluto

Stirling Newberry (848268) writes | more than 2 years ago


Stirling Newberry writes "This image shows "P5," the place holder name for a 5th natural moon of Pluto, a tiny sliver that orbits ~29,000 miles from its primary in a circular orbit. Other than Charon, Hubble has been the means of finding all of the known moons of Pluto."
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But only planets can have moons... (1)

niftymitch (1625721) | more than 2 years ago | (#40617053)

But only planets can have moons don't ya know.

Perhaps moonlet is allowed but a distinction MUST be made.
Any other classification would be Goofy.

Re:But only planets can have moons... (1)

JohnCub (56178) | more than 2 years ago | (#40619061)

Perhaps it could be called a "Minnie Moon"

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