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Astronomy Inspired Cat Names

Names inspired by Astronomy, Planets, and Cosmos can make a great name that is mystical, beautiful, and unique for the curious, a cat that goes beyond its comfort zone.

Cat Names Meaning Planet in Different Language

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Astronomy Girls Cat Names

  • Amra – Abkhaz Sun
  • Amza – Abkhaz Moon
  • Astra – Latin, Greek Star
  • Aysen – Turkish Beautiful Like the Moon
  • Badr – Arabic Full Moon, Moonlike
  • Gerel – Kalmyk Moon
  • Gunel – Azerbaijani Sun
  • Celeste – Latin Heavenly, Celestial
  • Celine – French Heavenly, Celestial
  • Chandra – Sanskrit Moon
  • Cosima – Greek Universe, Order
  • Danica – Slavic Morning Star
  • Dhara – Hindi Earth
  • Eliana – Greek Sun
  • Gaia – Greek Planet Earth, Mother Earth
  • Hala – Arabic Moon’s Halo
  • Kaia – Greek Earth
  • Kira – Latin, Russian Light
  • Lucine – Armenian Moon
  • Luna – Latin Moon
  • Mika – Japanese New moon
  • Mehr – Tajik Sun
  • Mzia – Georgian Sun
  • Naledi – African Star
  • Oy – Uzbek Moon
  • Sayora – Tajik Planet
  • Selene – Greek New moon
  • Soleil – French Sun
  • Stella – Latin Star
  • Sholpan – Kazakh Venus
  • Suri – Sanskrit Sun
  • Tsolmon – Mongolian Venus
  • Yulduz – Uzbek Star

Astronomy Boys Cat Names

  • Addae – African Sun
  • Basang – Kalmyk Venus
  • Cosmo – Greek Universe, Order
  • Cyrus – Persian King, Sun
  • Desmond – Latin Universe, Heavens
  • Helios – Greek Sun
  • Kalani – Hawaiian The Heavens
  • Kiran – Sanskrit Sunbeam, Moonbeam
  • Ra – Mythology the Sun God
  • Ravi – Sanskrit Sun
  • Rinn – Irish Star, Constellation
  • Marcel – French belongs to Mars
  • Marco – Italian belongs to Mars
  • Marek – Polish devoted to Mars
  • Samson – Hebrew Sun
  • Tariq – Arabic Morning Star
  • Yamir – Hindu Moon
  • Zhetigen – Kazakh the Greater She-Bear

Space Themed Cat Names

  • Asterism – A cluster of stars that is smaller than a constellation
  • Asteroid – Irregular shaped rocks that orbit the Sun
  • Aurora – A strange occurrence, usually in the north or south poles, where gases in the atmosphere create a natural light show in the night sky
  • Axis – An imaginary line through an object, like a planet, which it rotates around
  • Celestial – Refers to objects in outer space
  • Comet – An object made of ice and dust that orbits the Sun
  • Constellation – Groups of stars that form a pattern
  • Enceladus – Saturn’s icy moon
  • Eclipse – An eclipse happens when one object from space is blocked from view by another object
  • Ellipse – An oval shape. Used mainly to describe the orbit of an object
  • Galaxy – This is a huge group of stars, gas, dust, and planets all held together by gravity
  • Luminosity – Amount of energy or strength of light radiated by a celestial object
  • Nebula – A hazy bright or dark patch of space dust and gas
  • Nova – A star that suddenly flares or increases in brightness then fades back to its original luminosity
  • Hubble – Telescope
  • Polaris – The north Star
  • Enterprise – Space shuttle
  • Columbia – The first space shuttle to fly in space
  • Challenger – Space shuttle
  • Endeavor – Space shuttle
  • Haleakala – Hawaiian Observatory
  • Atlantis – Space shuttle
  • Discovery – Space shuttle
  • Mercury – Planet named for the Roman god of commerce
  • Venus – Planet named it after the Roman goddess of love and beauty
  • Earth – The only planet known to have life
  • Mars – Planet named after the Roman god of war
  • Jupiter – The largest Planet in our solar system named after the ruler of the Roman gods
  • Saturn – Planet with the rings
  • Uranus – Planet named for the Greek god of the heavens
  • Neptune – Planet named for the Roman god of the sea
  • Pluto – Planet named for the Roman god of the underworld
  • Star – Pumbaa from “The Lion King” was correct when he gave his definition of a star, “They are balls of gas burning billions of miles away.”
  • Supernova – Explosions that can destroy an entire star
  • Spitzer – Space Telescope
  • Pulsar – A neutron star that emits radio waves
  • Moon – The Earth’s only satellite
  • Sun – Star at the center of our solar system
  • Corona – The solar wind
  • Voyager – The spacecraft
  • Charon – Pluto moon
  • Orbit – This is the path a celestial object takes around a larger celestial body
  • Planet – A celestial body that orbits a star and does not produce its own light
  • Zenith – The sky that is directly overhead

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