Actually, consider how appropriate it is for a planet literally discovered by astronomers to be named for a Roman goddess specifically KNOWN for inspiring astronomers?is being referred to as the "higher octave" of .
Notice the similarities in these archetypal lineages:
The Roman god Mercury was a son of Jupiter and grandson of Saturn.
The Roman goddess Urania was a daughter of Jupiter and granddaughter of Caelus (Roman name for Ouranos).
So, if Mercury can have his name associated with a planet and be a sign dispositor, why can't Urania?