Saturn loves the moons

Scientists are reporting they have found Saturn's 60th moon. The 2km hunk of ice and rock was detected by the Cassini Imaging Team. It is near the moons Methone and Pallene, suggesting the new satellite may be part of a family of moons. Awww.

Said Professor Carl Murray:

"The Saturnian system continues to amaze and intrigue us with many hidden treasures being discovered the more closely we look."

The moon is currently being called 'Frank' by scientists. The official name will be decided by the International Astronomical Union.

An interesting discovery, to be sure. But can we talk about Saturn for a second? I mean, sixty moons? Talk about greedy. Here's a name suggestion for the IAU- Conrad._44010636_saturn_moon416×200_nuncscio.jpg