The Cassini-Huygens mission to study Saturn’s rings and moons was launched in 1997 and is named after two 17th-century European astronomers: Christiaan Huygens, who discovered Saturn’s rings and Titan, and Jean-Dominique Cassini, who discovered the planet’s other four major moons.
Please, make a law to say that no way can objects in near space be named for the man or woman of the hour, or even the century.
How about a gap of a century or three?