The above would indicate a problem with the following quote from the article:
While Uranus remains the widely-recognized name for the Solar System’s seventh planet (and third gas giant), other cultures have recognized it by various other names. For example in traditional Chinese astronomy, it is known as Tianwángxing, which means literally “Sky King Star”.
The same name is recognized in the Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese astronomical traditions. To the Aztecs (and other Nahuatl-speaking peoples), Uranus was known as “Ilhuicateocitlalli” – named after the word for “sky” (“ilhuicatl”) – and also as “Xiuhteuccitlalli”, the Aztec god of fire, day, and heat. Many other cultures recognized Uranus in their mythological traditions and assigned various names.
Not to put too fine a point on it.
Consider the discovery of Uranus ....
"It's the rabbit hole that matters, not the blackhole, the wormhole or any other hole," the wolf said.
"But, what's in the hole, Mr. Wolf?", came the question after a long pause.
"Infinite approximations deciding everything exactly with just enough uncertainty." The wolf howled with some difficulty.
"What about the rabbit?", was the next question.
"Oh, he's long gone!", the wolf declared instantly.