According to a bridge display okudagram, the proper name of Dytallix B was "Mira Antliae V," indicating that it was the fifth planet from Mira Antlia. While there was a real constellation Antlia, this system's primary was noted in dialog to be Mira (also known as Omicron Ceti), which was quite distant from the Antlia stars named by astronomers on Earth. While the designation "Mira" was the name of a type of variable star, and thus could occur outside of the Omicron Ceti use of the name, there was no "Mira Antlia" in real life. The relation between well-known Mira and the imaginary Mira Antlia was never clarified, but the real Mira does have another star in its system, of a type undiscovered by modern scientists, usually called VZ Ceti, so their coexistence in the same system or star group would be one of the possible explanations. The Antliae reference was probably to avoid a conflict referring to the better-known (and previously mentioned) Omicron Ceti Mira.