Its the second thing that Starblazers got right.
And thus a new and scientific version of the drinking game can begin.
Because she was always distant and cold.
Elsa (Frozen it has to be that far out)
Lovecraft was right.
Arthur C. Clarke suggested that the tenth planet should be called Persephone, another underworld deity and wife of Pluto.
But now Pluto’s not a planet.
Dear me, it’s all very complicated.
Well obviously it gets named after the corporation that makes the highest bid.
Most likely Edward Jones or Chik-Fil-A or Penske.
We should call it the tenth planet.
Velikovsky, after one of our most brilliant astronomers.
Persephone seems to be a common choice (Clarke, Niven, Adams) but Jules Verne used Olympus as a massive planet past the orbit of Neptune.