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  1. So... Learning the names of 111 (112 if Planet 9 exists) planets, how would kids learn the names of them? Would only the biggest and most important bodies be taught? And how would they be memorized? My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pumpkins, or some variant is used, but how would something similar apply with over 100 objects to learn? And this obviously assumes all bodies get made into planets, including the Moons (For some reason), it's just a thought experiment. Also, I don't really feel this belongs in the sci/space thread, but it the mods feel it does, go ahead and move it. Obligatory video Discuss.