NASA is asking the public to name its Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope, or GLAST. The telescope is designed to peer at "extreme environments," looking for "signs of new laws of physics," including what dark matter might be.
To name that satellite, go here. According to NASA:
Anyone who drops a name into the "Name That Satellite!" suggestion box on the Web page can choose to receive a "Certificate of Participation" via return e-mail. Participants also may choose to receive the NASA press release announcing the new mission name. The announcement is expected approximately 60 days after launch of the telescope.