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With the catchy name S/2004 N 1, a tiny 20 kilometer (12.4 mile) wide chunk of rock became the 14th moon to be identified in orbit around the giant planet Neptune. A little closer to home, however, the debate continues as to exactly how many moons Earth has, but there is one whose identity cannot be mistaken.
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