It looks like the Earth may possibly have two moons. (see link below). If this is true, what should we name the moon, and should we give our bigger moon a name?
http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/wonder/s … vi-AAhd882
I don't think that it deserves a name, gee, it is just a large piece of rubble.
We have a name for our moon 'Luna".
I thought "Luna" was just the Latin term for moon, but not the official name, and that the International Astronomical Union just called it the "Moon" without coming up with a unique name. However, if we are going to refer to the second satellite as "rubble" then maybe we could name it Barney after Barney Rubble.
Yep, that'll do.
But you know they'll change it to The Patrick Moore.
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