The Skies of Fortune
Fortune is a planet in the Tyche-Nemesis system. It’s a binary system, with the two suns being named for the Greek goddesses of Fortune/Luck and Fate/Retribution (to give its due in the
translation). There was a little astronomical research involved on my part, leading to theories of Tyche as a hidden planet in our solar system–a gas giant lurking in the Oort cloud–and Nemesis (in mythology the vengeful sister of Tyche), as a second, also hidden, red or brown dwarf.
Nasa.gov has articles on Tyche, disproving the existence of either sister in our neighborhood, which was all I needed to give them their own system, far, far away (but still in the Milky Way galaxy).
Fortune also has three moons, all named for mythical deities. This is a departure from the planetary naming practices, as are the suns, all of which were named long before the colonists first arrived on planet, and therefore held a bit more of the romanticism of the Earth-born explorers and engineers.
They are named as follows:
Anansi: Trickster god of West African mythology
Ma’at: Egyptian goddess of justice, morality and balance
Kuan Yin: Shortened name of Kuan Shih Yin, and Chinese form of the Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva, Buddhist lord of compassion (thus representing both genders in one moon)