Stirling Newberry writes: "This image shows "P5," the place holder name for a 5th natural moon of Pluto, a tiny sliver that orbits ~29,000 miles from its primary in a circular orbit. Other than Charon, Hubble has been the means of finding all of the known moons of Pluto."
If computers take over (which seems to be their natural tendency), it will
serve us right.
-- Alistair Cooke