Vote - online at frontierworlds.com
On New Year's Day, New Horizons will fly by a small Kuiper Belt Object named (486958) 2014 MU69. But NASA invited the SETI Institute to host a poll for a nicer name. The SETI Institute then vetted all the proposed names that it got, to keep names like "Planet McPlanetface" from getting voted on. From Science News:
The SETI Institute's list of candidates is in Voter's Guide, and how many votes they got is in Vote Tally - onlineCurrent candidates range from Mjölnir (the hammer of the Norse god Thor) to Zhadum (a planet from Babylon 5) to Peanut, Almond and Cashew multiple name options may be necessary if the object is a binary pair.
Abeona | Año Nuevo | A'Tuin | Camalor | Chomolungma, Sagarmatha | Denali | Far-point | Huginn & Muninn | Kibo, Mawenzi, Shira | Lewis & Clark | Mawu-Lisa | Megalith | Mjölnir | Monolith | Niflheim | Nubbin | Olaf | Olympus | Pangu | Patagonia | Peanut, Almond, Cashew | Petra | Pharos | Pinnacle | Pluck & Persistence | Rubicon | Sagittarius | Sharazad | Tangotango & Tawhaki | Terra Nova | Tiamat & Abzu | Tiramisu | Trantor | Ultima Thule | Uluru | Wynken, Blynken, & Nod | Z'ha'dum
No word on when a name will be announced.