Neptune has a new moon, and Aquaman isn't invited

07/15/2013 | National Public Radio

Neptune has a newly discovered moon: a 12-mile-wide lump of rock missed by previous stargazers, but spotted on Hubble photographs by Mark Showalter of the SETI Institute. The moon's name will be put to a public vote, although only the names of classical water deities will be considered. "Aquaman is not a Greek or Roman character, I'm afraid," Showalter says.

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