Astronomy there is not so advanced, although in the last half of the 20th century there have been great advances as observatories on aerostat blimps at ultra-high altitudes have been used to some success. Plans are afoot between the major space agencies to loft a huge telescope to space in order to better explore space.
While the features of the far side of the moon haven't been named yet, they are expected to be a mix of French, Japanese, Corean, Cambrian and Rigsmaal or German, when the Euro-Consortium finally gets their probes launched a few years hence.
With the increased focus on space, it is expected that more probes will be launched to explore our solar system.
Names of the outermost planets differ between *here* and *there*
Uranus = Janus (Roman god of gates, beginnings and ends - it was, at the time, the furthest known planet)
Neptune = Carmenta (Roman goddess of agriculture and prophecy - was predicted before it was found)
Pluto = Erebus (Personification of primordial darkness)
Hanzi names (with readings in Japanese and Corean)
Janus - 門王星 moñòsei, mun-uañseñ (Gate-King-Star)
Carmenta - 卜女王星 bocudjoòsei, bog-ieuañseñ (Divining-Queen-Star)
Erebus - 黯王星 añòsei, am-uañseñ (Dark/Black-King-Star)
Names of the planets
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