QUOTE (SigurRosFan @ Jul 18 2007, 02:36 PM)
Saturn's 62th moon
Actually 60th (or 63rd if you want to count the three uncertain moon candidates that are most likely transient F ring clumps).
Only a while time ago Jupiter had by far the largest number of satellites. Now Saturn needs only 4 new satellites in order to restore its place as the planet with most moons. Given that the smallest irregular satellites of Saturn are at least twice as large as Jupiter's, it is not far-fetched to claim that Saturn has far larger number of irregular satellites over 1 km in diameter. Not to mention Uranus and especially Neptune, whose Hill spheres are huge.