Look to the stars for baby name inspiration

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Some of the most beautiful words come from space, the stars and the constellations, and many are gorgeous names you can consider for your baby.

Why not consider these star-related names for your bub ... 

GIRLS

Amalthea - moon of Jupiter

Andromeda - constellation

Ariel - moon of Uranus

Astrid - Swedish microsatellite

Aurora - Roman goddess of the sunrise

Belinda - moon of Uranus

Bellatrix - star in Orion

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Bianca - moon of Uranus

Bronwen/Bronwyn - dark, pure

Carina - constellation

Celeste - from celestial, meaning heavenly

Ceres - dwarf planet

Clair/ Claire / Clara / Claressa/ Clarice / Claribel  - clear, bright

Cordelia - moon of Uranus

Cressida - moon of Uranus

Dawn

Despina - inner satellite of Neptune

Elara - moon of Jupiter

Electra/ Elektra - the Fiery Sun

Esther - star

Fay - stars

Galatea - satellite of Neptune

Halley - comet

Heaven / Heavenly

Helene - moon of Saturn

Iliana - bright

Juliet - moon of Uranus

Kalea/ Kaleah - bright, clear 

Kailani - Hawaiian for sea and sky

Lainey - bright light

Larissa - moon of Neptune

Leda - moon of Jupiter

Luna - Latin for moon

Lyra - constellation

Maia - blue star in Taurus

Mai - brightness

Melina - bright yellow

Miranda - moon of Uranus

Norma - constellation

Nova - nuclear explosion in a white dwarf star

Ophelia - moon of Uranus

Pandora - moon of Saturn

Phoebe / Phebe / Phedra - bright, shining one, moon of Saturn

Portia - moon of Uranus

Rhea - moon of Saturn

Rosalind - moon of Uranus

Seren - meaning star

Stella / Estella 

Star / Starr

Starla - bright star

Titania - moon of Uranus

Vega - one of the brightest stars

Venus - brightest object in the night sky after the moon, Roman goddess of beauty

BOYS

Altair - bright star

Apollo - Greek god of the sun - famous NASA space programme

Arche - moon orbiting Jupiter

Atlas - a moon of Saturn

Black - dark

Caelum - constellation of stars in the southern hemisphere

Castor - a star in the constellation of Gemini

Comet

Cosmo  - from cosmos, meaning the whole universe

Draco - constellation

Eos - belt of asteroids

Halo - Galactic Halo

Hercules - constellation

Hugh - Bright in mind and spirited

Janus - one of Saturns moons

Kale - moon orbiting Jupiter

Leo - zodiac constellation

Lucien - Bright light

Mars - the red planet

Mercury - 8th planet

Neptune - large planet

Nysa - group of asteroids

Orion - well known constellation

Perseus - constellation

Phoenix - constellation

Pluto - dwarf planet

Rigel - brightest star of Orion

Rocket

Samson - bright as the sun

Sulwyn - bright as the sun

Sunni - bright disposition

Tariq / Tyreeque - bright one, morning star

Themis - asteroid family

Thule - asteroid

Triton - moon orbiting Neptune

Vulcan - disproved planet

Wolf - constellation in the southern sky

Zahi / Zahir - Shining bright

Ziv - very bright

Zavier - bright, splendid

UNISEX

Aries - zodiac constellation

Astro / Astra 

Darcy / Darcel / Darcey / Darchellle / Darci - Dark

Dione - moon of Saturn

Europa - moon of Jupiter

Galaxy

Gemini - zodiac constellation

Jupiter - Planet 

North

Oberon - moon of Uranus

Polaris - bright star above North Pole

Sol - latin name for sun

Sirius - brightest star in the sky

West 

Zeke - shooting star in Arabic