Last July, astronomer Scott Sheppard of the Carnegie Institution for Science announced something you wouldn't think was still possible: he had discovered 12 new moons of Jupiter. Despite our gazing into the distant universe, it turns out that there are still plenty of surprises in our solar system. Now the Carnegie wants to bring you in on the action: It's holding a contest to come up with names for five of those newly announced moons. Got any in mind?
A Moon by Any Other Name
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Written by Ashley Hamer March 25, 2019
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