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Stardust and Moonbeams

Names for an astral baby. - Created by redwoodfey

  • Alcyone

    brightest star in the Pleiades open cluster

  • Altair

    eleventh brightest star in the sky

  • Altalune

    "over the moon"

  • Alya

    a star system in the constellation Serpens

  • Andromeda

    a spiral galaxy in the Andromeda constellation

  • Aries

    one of the constellations of the zodiac

  • Asteria

    "star"

  • Astra

    "of the stars"

  • Astrea

    "star-maiden" she ascended to heaven to become the constellation Virgo

  • Atria

    brightest star in the southern constellation Triangulum Australe

  • Aurora

    the Northern Lights

  • Alioth

    brightest star in the constellation Ursa Major

  • Bellatrix

    third brightest star in the constellation Orion

  • Cassiopeia

    constellation in the northern sky

  • Castor

    one of the twins that make up the constellation Gemini

  • Celestia

    "heavenly"

  • Celestine

    "heavenly"

  • CHANDRA

    a lunar god

  • Cosmo

    cosmos

  • Caelum

    constellation in the southern sky

  • Chiron

    a comet named after the centaur in Greek mythology who was a healer and teacher

  • Cyllene

    a moon of Jupiter

  • Danica

    "morning star"

  • Diana

    moon-goddess

  • Elara

    one of the moons of Jupiter

  • Eos

    Titaness and the goddess of the dawn

  • Estelle

    "star"

  • Esther

    "star"

  • Estrella

    "star"

  • Evenstar

    an old term for the "evening star" of astronomy, denoting the planet Venus

  • Evren

    Turkish word meaning "Universe"

  • Helios

    "the sun"

  • Hester

    "star"

  • Io

    largest moon of Jupiter

  • Iris

    goddess of the rainbow

  • Izar

    a double star in the northern constellation of Boötes

  • Jericho

    "moon"

  • Jupiter

    largest planet in the Solar System

  • Leo

    one of the constellations of the zodiac

  • Luna

    "moon"

  • Lyra

    a small constellation visible from the northern hemisphere from spring through autumn

  • Mars

    fourth planet from the Sun

  • Mercury

    smallest and closest planet from the Sun

  • Miram

    a star in the constellation Perseus

  • Moon

    "moon"

  • Nebula

    an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gases

  • Nephele

    goddess of the clouds

  • Nova

    a star that suddenly increases enormously in brightness, then slowly fades back to its original luminosity

  • Orion

    a prominent constellation

  • Ourania

    "heavenly" goddess of astronomy and astrology

  • Pollux

    one of the twins that make up the constellation Gemini

  • Polaris

    commonly North Star

  • Rigel

    star in the Orion constellation

  • Rastaban

    third brightest star in the constellation of Draco

  • Saturn

    sixth planet from the sun

  • Seren

    "star"

  • Sidra

    "of the stars"

  • Sirius

    brightest star in the night sky

  • Sky

    Nature name

  • Sol

    "sun"

  • Soleil

    "sun"

  • Solstice

    "point at which the sun seems to stand still"

  • Star

    Word name

  • Starla

    alternative to the name Star

  • Stella

    "star"

  • Sunniva

    "sun gift"

  • Talitha

    star system in the constellation of Ursa Major

  • Tara

    "star"

  • Taurus

    one of the constellations of the zodiac

  • Taygeta

    member of the Pleiades star cluster

  • Ursa

    constellation Ursa Major and Ursa Minor

  • Umbriel

    a moon of Uranus

  • Vega

    brightest star in the constellation Lyra

  • Vela

    a Southern sky constellation

  • Venus

    second planet from the Sun

  • Vespera

    "evening star"

  • Zosma

    star in the constellation of Leo