A segment on CNN's Anderson 360 had to have science teachers everywhere wanting to throw a brick through their TV. 

CNN meteorologist Jennifer Gray was reporting on the first images of Pluto’s surface. First of all, her graphics labeled the largest of Pluto’s moons, Charon, “Churon.” Gray repeated Churon throughout the entire segment, and it was plastered throughout the on-screen graphics.

Then, she identified the atmosphere on Pluto as being made of “nitron” — instead of nitrogen.

Galileo just rolled over one more time. 

Here's the video: