New moons for Neptune
Posted by MelSkunk (Melissa Drake) on Tue 14 Jan 2003 - 12:31
Joining the complement of 8 previously known moons around the gas giant, the new 3 bring the total up to 11. Using digital imaging to bring out the irregularities around the planet produced three new, small moons. Scientists think this may support the theory of older, regular moons being struck and breaking up into numerous smaller, irregular moons.
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