The IAU has been the arbiter of planetary and satellite nomenclature since its inception in 1919.The various IAU Working Groups normally handle this process, and their decisions primarily affect the professional astronomers.What follows is a partial list of instances of use of these planet names, but it is by no means exhaustive.
“But I’m telling you we will get the tea business back…
Package is just the starting point.” He noted the “emotional connection” that customers have with the brand, having heard stories that he said “could bring you to tears,” according to the Fact Set transcript.
The names of the major planets were already in common use when the IAU formed in 1919 (e.g.
scientifically, in professional and amateur astronomy literature, in nautical almanacs, etc.).
And sales were up to 9.9 million from 2.7 million last year.
Hain Celestial shares are up 8.6% in Wednesday trading.
Sometimes multi-word names are discouraged for this reason.
The purpose of nomenclature is to provide simple, clear, unambiguous names for features.
said it is returning to the classic packaging on its Celestial Seasonings tea brand in order to bring back customers who rejected a recent redesign.
The natural and organic food company invested in a marketing program, promotional pricing and social media outreach to drive consumer awareness of the new packaging, which was launched in August 2015.
The IAU formally recommends that the initial letters of the names of individual astronomical objects should be printed as capitals (see the IAU Style Manual, Trans. "The Earth's equator" and "Earth is a planet in the Solar System" are examples of correct spelling according to these rules.