Scientists Want Public's Help In Naming Saturn's Moons

Scientists are asking for the public's help in naming 20 newly discovered moons around Saturn. The Carnegie Institute for Science recently announced the discovery, bringing the total amount of moons revolving around Saturn to 82. The contest to name Saturn's moons has some ground rules. Two of the moons must be named after figures in Inuit mythology, while 17 need to be named for giants in Norse mythology. The 20th moon's name needs to come from Gallic mythology. Folks can tweet their idea to the "SaturnLunacy" Twitter handler with the hashtag "NameSaturnsMoons."



Content Goes Here