For the record:
January = Janus, March = Mars, May = Maia, June = Juno. The Roman emperors Julius and Augustus were deified after their deaths.
Cerium, uranium, neptunium, plutonium, and thorium. (Cobalt is named after a mischievous spirit, and nickel is named after the devil!)
The planets, I hope, need not be elucidated. Days of the week: (Note: languages are English, French, Spanish, Esperanto, Italian, and Latin.)
Moon/Luna: Monday, lundi, lunes, lundo, lunedi, dies lunae (May be excepted as an innocent planetary body.)
Tyr/Mars: Tuesday, mardi, martes, mardo, martedi, dies martis
Woden (Odin)/Mercury: Wednesday, mercredi, miercoles, merkredo, mercoledi, dies mercurii
Thor/Jupiter (Jove): Thursday, jeudi, jueves, jhaudo, giovedi, dies iovis
Freya/Venus: Friday, vendredi, viernes, vendredo, venerdi, dies veneris
I note also that English, unlike French and Spanish, takes its word for Sunday from the Latin Dies Solis, rather than the later Dies Dominicus (Lord’s Day), whence dimanche and domingo. Also, English and French take the word for Saturday from Saturn [Latin dies saturnis], rather than the Sabbath (like Spanish sabato).
Astronomical objects include the asteroids Ceres, Juno, Vesta, and Eros, the constellations Hercules, and the Pleiades.