Saturn has more moons than any other planet in our solar system.
The discovery of 20 new moons orbiting Saturn brought its total to 82.
Jupiter previously held the record for the most satellites with 79.
The new moons were discovered by astronomer Scott Sheppard and his team.
All 20 newly discovered moons are small in size.
Saturn's largest moon is Titan, which has a thick atmosphere.
The discovery provides insight into the formation and evolution of planets and their moons.
Further research and exploration of our solar system will likely yield more discoveries.