Pilot Pirx
Pilot Pirx is a fictional character introduced in 1966 in the science fiction stories of Polish writer Stanisław Lem: ten short stories (published in English in two parts, 1979's Tales of Pirx the Pilot and 1982's More Tales of Pirx the Pilot) and the novel Fiasco. In 7 of the 10 stories Pirx acts in the role of Sherlock Holmes, to investigate mysterious events. When NASA was fishing for naming ideas for features on Pluto and its moons mapped with the help of New Horizons, the name "Pirx" for a feature on Charon received an overwhelming support among Russian voters.
Pilot Pirx
Pilot Pirx is a fictional character introduced in 1966 in the science fiction stories of Polish writer Stanisław Lem: ten short stories (published in English in two parts, 1979's Tales of Pirx the Pilot and 1982's More Tales of Pirx the Pilot) and the novel Fiasco. In 7 of the 10 stories Pirx acts in the role of Sherlock Holmes, to investigate mysterious events. When NASA was fishing for naming ideas for features on Pluto and its moons mapped with the help of New Horizons, the name "Pirx" for a feature on Charon received an overwhelming support among Russian voters.