On Tuesday, Jupiter officially â€œgainedâ€� 10-12 moons. But that doesnâ€™t make up for the dozens of moons the solar system has lost over time. Unlike the recent crop, the long lost moons were of pretty substantial size.
This includes even a few now missing moons for Jupiter. The king of our planets started out in a gas envelope, like the other planets. Itâ€™s system had quite a bit of heft, but the slow drag of this cloud may have pulled in moons as large as Mercury into the inner hell of the