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Astronomy is the scientific science of the whole human world, while astronomical phenomena, including stars, planets, and nebulae, are the most commonly dealt with.

In order to try to understand the origins and evolution of certain celestial objects, it involves the application of mathematics, physics, and chemistry.

Every day, we learn more about our universe and its great location, which can be both awe-inspiring and scary at the same time.

Our dogs also help to give us a sense of proximity.

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Wonderful Space Dog Names

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  • Microscopium — Microscope
  • Alya — Theta Serpentis star system’s first name
  • Volans — Flying fish
  • Titania — The largest of the moons of Ura
  • Miranda — One of the five major moons of Ura
  • Aurora — The natural phenomenon of red and green lights in teh sky
  • Hercules — Hercules, son of Zeus
  • Mercury — A planet
  • Archer — Half man, half sagittarius
  • Cygnus —Swan
  • Apollo — Greek god of fun and light
  • Aquila — Eagle
  • Triangulum Australe — Southern triangle
  • Corvus — Crow
  • Cosmo — Of or relating to the univers
  • Lepus — Hare
  • Ura — A planet
  • Ursa Minor — Little bear
  • Telescopium — Telescope
  • Virgo — Virgin
  • Camelopardus — Giraffe
  • Puppis — Stern of the Argonauts’ ship
  • Canis Minor — Little dog
  • Circinus — Compasses
  • Cephus — King of Ethiopia
  • Vulcan — A hypothetical planet
  • Corona Borealis — Northern crown
  • Serpens — Serpent
  • Portia — A moon of Ura
  • Mensa — Table mountain
  • Chamaeleon — Chameleon
  • Callisto — The third largest moon in the universe
  • Taurus — Bull
  • Crater — Cup

Cool Space Dog Names

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  • Phoebe — The outermost moon of Saturn for 100 years
  • Calypso — A moon personified as a Queen Nymph in Greek mythology
  • Orion — Orion, the hunter
  • Canis Major — Big dog
  • Erida — River
  • Canes Venatici — Hunting dogs
  • Scutum — Shield
  • Sagitta Arrow — Sagittarius Archer
  • Pluto — A planet
  • Perseus — Perseus, hero who saved Andromeda
  • Aerglo — A natural glow of the night sky
  • Centaurus — Centaur
  • Grus — Crane
  • Pegasus — Pegasus, the winged horse
  • Rigel — The super giant star in the Orion constellation
  • Galexia — Galexy
  • Piscis Austrinis — Southern fish
  • Phoenix — Phoenix
  • Castor — The brightest star in the Gemini constellation
  • Vulpecula — Fox
  • Dorado — Swordfish
  • Gemini — Twins
  • Ariel — The shiniest moon in Ura
  • Solar — The sun
  • Pandora — The moon of Saturn
  • Aries — Ram
  • Monoceros — Unicorn
  • Aquarius — Water bearer
  • Bianca — A small moon in Ura
  • Coma Berenices — Berenice’s hair
  • Pavo — Peacock
  • Caelum — Graving tool
  • Pisces — Fishes
  • Sextans — Sextant
  • Libra — Balance
  • Scorpius — Scorpion
  • Jericho — City of the moon
  • Tucana — Toucan
  • Estella — Refers to the stars
  • Neptune — A planet
  • Ja — A moon of Saturn
  • Lacerta — Lizard
  • Hydrus — Water snake
  • Horologium — Clock
  • Corona Australis — Southern crown
  • Oberon — Ura’ biggest moon
  • Octans — Octant
  • Ophiuchus — Holder of serpent
  • Nova — The nuclear explosion of a white dwarf
  • Triangulum — Triangle
  • Antlia — Air pump
  • Norma — Carpenter’s Level
  • Halley — A comet visible from Earth with the eye
  • Leo Minor — Little lion
  • Cancer — Crab
  • Auriga — Charioteer
  • Lyra — Lyre or harp
  • Astrid — Gorgeous Goddess
  • Delphinus — Porpoise
  • Carina — Keel of Argonauts’ ship
  • Sculptor — Sculptor’s tools
  • Vela — Sail of the Argonauts’ ship
  • Bootes — Herdsman
  • Lupus — Wolf
  • Cetus — Sea monster
  • Cassiopeia — Queen of Ethiopia
  • Equuleus — Little horse
  • Pictor — Easel
  • Alula — The first twin stars discovered
  • Apus — Bird of paradise
  • Leo — Lion
  • Cordelia — An inner moon of Ura
  • Elara — A moon of Jupiter
  • Ursa Major — Big bear
  • Venus — A planet
  • Reticulum — Net
  • Ophelia — A tiny moon of Ura
  • Ara — Altar
  • Andromeda — Princess of Ethiopia
  • Capricornus — Sea goat
  • Atlas — Greek Titan of Astronomy
  • Draco — Dragon
  • Saturn — A planet
  • Sirius — Dog star
  • Musca — Fly
  • Indus — Indian
  • Fornax — Furnace
  • Crux — Cross
  • Pyxis — Compass on the Argonauts’ ship
  • Hydra — Sea serpent
  • Holmes — A comet, once thought to be the largest object in the solar system
  • Lynx — Lynx
  • Jupiter — A planet
  • Columba — Dove
  • Mars — A planet

 

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