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Ian

Did you notice that there's still a reference to Xena? The moon is Disnomia, goddess of Lawlessness. What was the name of the actor who played Xena?

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Ceres Pallas Juno and Vesta were originally (in early 1800s) considered as planets (like Pluto later) but they were dropped from the list of planets when so many similar objects were discovered between Jupiter and Mars. After that they were commonly called "asteroids" or "minor planets". In 2006 Ceres became a "dwarf planet".

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