When it’s time to name your baby boy or girl you may looking for a unique name with a sweet meaning. So why not pick a name from space? There are millions of stars and planets in the space and some of them have a very appealing name. Why not choose a name from space related words? For making your choice easier we have made a list of celestial baby names included star and galaxy names. You will find space names for girls as well as space names for boys here. Take a look at below list of space baby names and pick one suitable for your baby:
Space names for girls:
Adhara: It’s the name of one of the brightest stars in the sky
Alcyone: From Greek Mythology, Daughter of Aeolus who married to the son of morning star
Alioth: One of the brightest star
Alula: Name of the first double star
Alya: Traditional name of the star system Theta Serpentis
Amalthea: Amalthea is the moon of Jupiter planet
Andromeda: The Andromeda Galaxy, also known as Messier. Andromeda is also a famous character of Greek Mythology, which means ‘ruler of man’. You may have seen this character in famous movie ‘Clash of the Titans’
Ariel: Brightest moon of the Uranus
Ascella: A star
Astra: From Astronomy
Aurora: A light display in the sky, naturally.
Belinda: Ninth moon of Uranus
Bellatrix: A Star
Bianca: A moon of Uranus
Calypso: Moon in Greek mythology
Carina: The second-brightest star in the sky
Cassiaopeia/Cassie/Cass: From Greek Mythology
Celeste: Means heavenly.
Chara: A Star that represents hunting dogs
Cordelia: A Moon of Uranus.
Cressida: Another moon of Uranus
Eartha: From Earth
Elara: A moon of Jupiter
Faye: A comet of the Jupiter
Gemini: A sign of Zodiac
Halley: Another famous comet which is visible in naked eye
Helene: Moon of Saturn
Izar: Means Star in Basque.
Juliet: A moon of Uranus
Leda: A moon of Jupiter
Libra: A constellation in the eastern sky
Luna: Latin name of moon
Lyra: Harp-like constellation
Maia: A star
Meissa: Another Star
Miranda: One of moon of Uranus
Nashira: A giant star in Capricorn
Nova: An explosion which causes a sudden increase in the brightness of a star
Ophelia: Another tiny moon of Uranus
Orion: Rising star
Pandora: A moon of Saturn
Phoebe: Outermost moon of Saturn
Portia: Another moon of Uranus
Rhea: Saturn’s moons.
Rosalind: One of the Moons of Uranus
Seren: Means star.
Shaula: A Star
Sitara: Means Star
Stella: Means Star in Latin
Titania: The largest moon of the Uranus
Thebe: A satellite of Jupiter.
Venus: Closest planet to the Sun
Zosma: Another Star in the constellation of Leo
Space names for boys:
Akash: Sky in Bengali
Alioth: One of the Brightest Star
Altair: One of the brightest star in the sky and the brightest in the constellation Aquila the Eagle
Archer: Half-man, half-horse Sagittarius grouping of stars
Aries/Ares/Arese: From Greek mythology
Atlas: The famous Greek Titan, known as the titan of astronomy.
Caelum: Faint constellation of stars
Castor: The brightest star in the constellation Gemini
Deimos: A moon of Mars
Draco: Constellation inspired by the dragon that Hercules slayed
Galileo: The famed astronomer
Holmes: Largest Comet
Janus: A moon of Saturn
Jupiter: The largest planet
Kale: A moon of Jupiter.
Leo: Archer like constellations contains many bright stars.
Mars: A planet
Mercury: Closest planet to the Sun, also a metallic element.
Nash: A common Star
Oberon: A moon of Uranus
Orion: A rising star in a constellation, named in Greek mythology. Also known as ‘The Hunter’
Perseus: A constellation that is named after the Greek half man-halfgod who defeated Medusa and saved Andromeda. You may have seen this character in ‘Clash of the Titans’ and ‘Wrath of the Titans’ movies.
Phoenix: Another constellation in the southern sky
Pluto: A small planet
Proteus: A moon of Neptune
Rigel: A big star in the constellation Orion
Sabik: A Star
Sirius: One of the brightest star
Thule: Large asteroid.
Triton: A moon of Neptune.
Vulcan: A Planet
Wolf: Constellation in the southern sky.