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15. Orion
Orion, another mythical unisex name, was a Greek hunter who pursued the seven daughters of Atlas (the Titan said to hold the world on his back). He was then killed by the goddess Artemis, and turned into a prominent constellation by Zeus, king of the gods. The myth of Orion, one of the brightest and most recognizable constellations in the night sky, was one told by many ancient cultures.