Pretty much everyone can rattle off the names of our solar system's eight (formerly nine) planets, but ask the average person to list some moons and you'll be lucky if they can tell you more than two or three.
Now, you obviously can't expect people to remember the name of every single satellite in the solar system (after all, they outnumber the planets by around 20 to 1), but if you have even the slightest interest in astronomy, it wouldn't kill you to be familiar with at least an even ten. So with that in mind, we've assembled this reference guide to ten of the solar system's most noteworthy moons.
Parent Planet: Jupiter
Why You Should Know it: Despite being covered by distinctive, criss-crossing cracks and ridges, Europa's water-ice surface is largely free of craters, making it perhaps the smoothest solid body in the entire solar system. More interesting than Europa's frozen exterior, however, is what lies hidden beneath it.