Saturn now has more confirmed moons than any other planet in our solar system.
NASA scientists say they found 20 new moons around the Ringed Planet, and you have a chance to name them.
All but three of the moons have a retrograde orbit of Saturn, meaning they essentially orbit backwards from the planet and other moons.
Jupiter was previously believed to have the most moons with 79; Saturn now has 82.
The naming contest opened Monday and runs through December 6th.