Star and Planet Name Maker PDF
Star and Planet Name Maker
It has been said by some that the universe contains a billion galaxies. Each galaxy is meant to house a billion stars. That is close to a billion, billion stars, many of them with planets of some kind.
Most celestial catalogs use a hard to remember designation system like PX9-32 etc. A name is easier to remember and this will help you to create some names for your planets and stars.
100,000,000 possible combinations can be generated, some more suitable to your needs than others - The ones that seem weird and odd to us would be perfect for the translation from an alien language or miscommunications.
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