Sire: Autumn's Sunka Luta Naco MH46 RN CGC WCX CCA
Dam: Redtail Hagen's Gingersnap JH
"Naco x Star"
Halley – male
English astronomer, Edmond Halley discovered in 1705 a comet that appeared every 75-79 years was the same. Halley’s Comet is named after Edmond Halley.
Kuiper – male
The Kuiper Belt is a donut-shaped region of icy bodies beyond the orbit of Neptune. Similar to the asteroid belt, the Kuiper Belt is a region of leftovers from the solar system's early history.
Mars – male
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun. The reddish color of its surface is due to finely grained iron oxide dust in the soil, giving it the nickname "the Red Planet".
Nebula – female
A nebula is a distinct luminescent part of interstellar medium, which can consist of ionized, neutral, or molecular hydrogen and cosmic dust. Nebulae are often star-forming regions, such as in the "Pillars of Creation" in the Eagle Nebula.
Nova – female
A nova occurs when the white dwarf star in a binary system “steals” gas from its nearby companion star. When enough gas builds up on the surface of the white dwarf it triggers an explosion.
Perseus – male
Perseus is a constellation in the northern sky named after the mythological hero Perseus. It is one of the 48 ancient constellations and among the 88
Pleiades – female
The Pleiades is an open star cluster in the constellation Taurus. Known as an asterism or pattern of stars, the Pleiades is made up of more than 1,000 stars.
Polaris – male
Also known as the North Star, Polaris sits more or less directly above Earth's north pole along our planet's rotational axis. Polaris always stays in roughly the same place in the sky and is a reliable way to find the direction of north.
Quasar – female
Quasars are a subclass of active galactic nuclei (AGNs), extremely luminous galactic cores where gas and dust falling into a supermassive black hole emit
electromagnetic radiation across the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
Vela – female
Vela is a constellation in the
southern sky, which contains the Vela Supercluster, a major concentration of galaxies.