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Help Name Pluto's Moons

February 12, 2013
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NASA is allowing people to get involved with the naming of the recently discovered fourth and fifth moons of Pluto. NASA has compiled a list of 12 ancient Roman and Greek gods for people to vote on, and has also created a write-in in category. But the agency is warning that it'll be very selective in what is considered.

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