Good news! Three space telescopes, including Hubble, have combined their celestial powers to spot a moon orbiting a dwarf planet in the Kuiper Belt -- the region beyond Neptune where Pluto and countless other icy bodies live. According to NASA, the dwarf planet's moon has a lot to teach scientists about how moons formed in the early solar system -- but sadly, it has no name. Its planet's name, on the other hand, is garbage -- 2007 OR10 and its satellite friend desperately need some rebranding.