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  • Wednesday, 16 December 2015

    Space Names for Girls with Explanation

    1. Alya: The Theta Serpentis star system was traditionally known as Alya. It is a popular name for baby girls in the Muslim community.
    2. Alula: It was one of the first twin stars discovered and would make a great name for one of your twin girls.
    3. Ariel: The shiniest moon in Uranus is named Ariel and it is the name of a lovely red-haired Disney princess as well. This is one of the cutest space names for baby girls.
    4. Astrid: Scandinavian by origin, Astrid means ‘gorgeous goddess’ and is a term used by the Swedish micro-satellites for studying features of the space.
    5. Aurora: Aurora is derived from the stunning aurora borealis occurring in the hemisphere’s northern region. Having a magical and Disney connection, this name is perfect for your little darling.
    6. Bianca: It is a tiny moon in Uranus and was once one of the popular space names for babies.
    7. Callisto: The third biggest moon in our universe is named Callisto. This name can be easily shortened to Calli to make a cute nickname.
    8. Cassiopeia: It is the name of a constellation named after some stunning figures of the Greek mythology.
    9. Celeste: Orginating in the Latin language, celeste means ‘heavenly’ and is used for referring to heavenly bodies. It is a classy name that is suitable for girls of all ages.
    10. Cressida: It is one of the moons in Uranus and makes a nice name for baby girls.
    11. Elara: Named after one of the lovers of Zeus, Elara is one of the moons in Jupiter. Its popularity has been increasing since 2013.
    12. Elaine and Elena: Both these names have origins in the Green language and mean ‘rays of sunshine.’
    13. Faye: It is a comet belonging to the Jupiter system and can work well as your baby girl’s middle name.
    14. Halley: It is the sole comet that you can see from the naked eye right from Earth and it tends to appear twice in the lifetime of a human being. It is one of the sweetest space names for little girls.
    15. Juliet: Popular as the heroine in Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’, this name also refers to a moon in the planet Uranus. It’s a pretty name for baby girls that can be shortened to Jules for an interesting spin.
    16. Kathryn: If you are inspired by the contributions of Dr. Kathryn Thorton, (the lady who spend around 600 long hours in space) to the field of astronomy, then this classic name would be perfect for your baby girl.
    17. Libra: It is a constellation which is a member of the famous zodiac system. Libra means tactful, fair and well-balanced which makes it a nice name for your angel.
    18. Maria: Maria is a popular name for girls and also refers to Maria Mitchell, who was amongst the first women in the world to become an astronomer. She found out a telescopic comet during 1847.
    19. Miranda: It is one of the five chief moons of Uranus and makes a sweet name for baby girls.
    20. Moon: If you are in love with the moon and its shine, then this name is just perfect for your girl.
    21. Nova: It refers to an explosion that results in an increase in the star’s brightness. Also, this name means ‘new star.’ What a lovely and bright name for your girl who instantly brighten up your life with her beautiful spark!
    22. Ophelia: It is a tiny moon in Uranus and is also the name of a character in the famous play written by Shakespeare, ‘Hamlet.’ It’s a unique name for your truly special baby girl.
    23. Phoebe: It remained as Saturn’s outermost moon for nearly 100 years. Plus, this name has a connection to one of the famous sitcoms ever produced ‘Friends.’ So, if you love astronomy and the eccentric and lovely Phoebe in friends, you should go for this adorable name for your darling baby girl.
    24. Titania: Titania is the biggest moon in Uranus and the queen fairy in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ by Shakespeare. It is indeed one of the classiest space names for girls.
    25. Vega: Also referred to as the famous ‘Harp Star,’ Vega is the fifth shiniest star. Name your baby girl Vega to make sure she always shines.