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Pluto's Tiny Moons Are Spinning Like a Bunch of Hooligans
Mayhem in the outer solar system! Pluto's four baby moons—Nix, Styx, Hydra and Kerberos—are spinning like mad, surely a sign that the once-ninth planet is gearing up for a full-out assault on the denizens (us!) of the sunlit realm.
"The Unexplored Planet" --NASA Spacecraft Begins 1st stage of Epic Pluto Probe
“NASA first mission to distant Pluto will also be humankind's first close up view of this cold, unexplored world in our solar system,” said Jim Green, director of NASA's Planetary Science Division at the agency's Headquarters in Washington.
A Meteor's Shock Wave; Resisting Cholera
Mark Showalter of the SETI Institute, who led the team that found the wee moons, invited people to vote online for names, a contest that drew 500,000 entries. The ground rules were that the names had to come from underworld characters from Greek and ...
Two Moons, Five Moons, A Trillion Moons
Any particle that wanders out of the rings closer in or farther out than Pan gets yanked by the wee moon, flung back into the rings. Prometheus does the same thing.
Hubble Telescope Finds Adorably Tiny Fourth Moon Orbiting Pluto
Peering at Pluto in preparations for a satellite visit in 2015, the Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a fourth moon orbiting the dwarf planet.

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