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19 Beautiful Baby Names Inspired By Space

Look to the stars for inspiration.

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A moon of the planet Jupiter.
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A moon of the planet Jupiter.

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The ancient Roman goddess of the moon.
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The ancient Roman goddess of the moon.

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A star in the constellation Lyra.
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A star in the constellation Lyra.

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Arabic for shooting star.
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Arabic for shooting star.

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A giant star in the constellation Orion, from the Latin meaning "female warrior."
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A giant star in the constellation Orion, from the Latin meaning "female warrior."

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The Lyre, a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere between Cygnus and Hercules, containing the star Vega.
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The Lyre, a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere between Cygnus and Hercules, containing the star Vega.

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In ancient Egypt, the solar deity worshipped as the sole god, represented by a solar disc with rays ending in hands.
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In ancient Egypt, the solar deity worshipped as the sole god, represented by a solar disc with rays ending in hands.

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A northern constellation between Pisces and Cassiopeia.
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A northern constellation between Pisces and Cassiopeia.

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A star in the Taurus constellation, part of the Pleiades star cluster in the Maia Nebula. In Greek mythology one of the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione.
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A star in the Taurus constellation, part of the Pleiades star cluster in the Maia Nebula. In Greek mythology one of the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione.

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The Dog Star, the brightest-appearing star visible from earth, located in the constellation Canis Major.
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The Dog Star, the brightest-appearing star visible from earth, located in the constellation Canis Major.

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The Themis family of asteroids are part of the Main Asteroid Belt located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
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The Themis family of asteroids are part of the Main Asteroid Belt located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

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A star that suddenly erupts to become thousands of times brighter, then gradually fades to its former intensity.
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A star that suddenly erupts to become thousands of times brighter, then gradually fades to its former intensity.

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A moon of Jupiter, named after Thebe, mythical queen of Thebes.
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A moon of Jupiter, named after Thebe, mythical queen of Thebes.

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One of the moons of Uranus, named after the air spirit in Shakespeare's Tempest.
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One of the moons of Uranus, named after the air spirit in Shakespeare's Tempest.

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From the Welsh for star.
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From the Welsh for star.

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A bright, red-giant star in the constellation Boötes, from the Latin meaning "bear keeper."
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A bright, red-giant star in the constellation Boötes, from the Latin meaning "bear keeper."

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A constellation on the celestial equator between Canis Major and Taurus, containing the stars Betelgeuse and Rigel. Named after the hunter in classical mythology who chased the Pleiades, and was killed by Artemis.
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A constellation on the celestial equator between Canis Major and Taurus, containing the stars Betelgeuse and Rigel. Named after the hunter in classical mythology who chased the Pleiades, and was killed by Artemis.

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From French céleste, meaning "sky, heaven," from Latin caelestis "heavenly".
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From French céleste, meaning "sky, heaven," from Latin caelestis "heavenly".

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A northern constellation near the Pole Star between Cepheus and Perseus. In Greek mythology the queen of Ethiopia.
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A northern constellation near the Pole Star between Cepheus and Perseus. In Greek mythology the queen of Ethiopia.