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Space can be the most mysterious, inspiring and beautiful thing, so why not name your new baby after it? 


There are so many beautiful names that are inspired by all things intergalactic, so we made a list.


Check out our 20 favourite space-inspired baby names.


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1. Orion - after the brightest, and best known constellation. 


2. Themis - after an asteroid family. 


3. Janus - after one of Saturn's moons. 


4. Apollo - after the Greek god of the sun and light, and the famous NASA space programme.


5. Kale - after the moon orbiting Jupiter. 


6. Phoenix - after the constellation. 


7. Draco - after the constellation. 


8. Rigel - after the brightest star in the constellation of Orion. 


9. Cosmo - after cosmos, meaning the whole universe. 


10. Triton - after the moon orbiting Neptune. 


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1. Bianca - after one of 13 inner moons of Uranus. 


2. Helene - after a moon of Saturn, discovered in 1980. 


3. Elara - after a moon of Jupiter. 


4. Astrid - after the Swedish Space Corporation's first microsatellite. 


5. Phoebe - after a moon of Saturn. 


6. Aurora - after the Roman Goddess of sunrise. 


7. Maia -  after a blue giant star in the Taurus constellation. 


8. Venus - after the brightest object in the night's sky. 


9. Bellatrix - after a star in the Orion constellation. 


10. Portia - after a moon of Uranus


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