Next thing you know, they’ll say “Dwarf Planets” should NOT have moons.
I like Gyro! And if Pluto is no longer a planet, who cares what we call its moons?
Cerberus, that will cover three of them.
But they’re not really moons if they just share the same orbit as Pluto, right? Pluto’s not big enough to have any moons, whether you treat it as a full planet or a dwarf planet.
As an old dude, I am of the opinion that any unnamed Moon should be called Keith.Yup, Keith Moon. That’s my answer and I’m sticking to it.
Butt, I don’t get it…
I vote “Goofy”
Okay, you are truly evil. Congrats on that.
Um, if they’re keeping with Pluto, shouldn’t we actually be looking for something a bit more… Roman?
I vote for Zappa . . . . . what?!? . . you don’t know M<oon Zappa?!? . . . ☻
How about “Anti-EU” or “Financial crisis”. Or just call it Tzatsiki?
Damn. You took my line.
Persephone, Melinoe, Allecto . . .
Tantalus, Sisyphus – two of his better-known tenants.
Pluto is the Roman name for Hades so if they were looking for something greek they should start by renaming the planet.
I thought Vulcan was reserved for a possible planet closer to the sun than Mercury.
Opaa! (what you shout in a Greek restaurant in Chicago when the waiter brings the saganaki, or flaming cheese.)
Man I knew the Hubble was good, but that’s a long way to see something only twenty feet across…..Amazing….
Isn’t “Pluto” a Roman god, not Greek?
How about Mickey? That’d fix the self-absorbed little bugger!
How about Proserpine