"GTG Pandora"...so wait, there's a gas miner named Pandora??? Doesn't that seem (more than) a bit of tempting fate to name a volatile and explosive-prone space vessel after the greek embodiment of chaos???
Your hysterionics only make it so funny, how wrong you are:
1. The name "Pan-dora" lingustically disassembles to "gifted by everyone"; which in the original myth has something to do with the origins of the person Pandora being related to Prometheus; her being gifted by the Olympians (inclduing the famous box) is usually told as a reaction to Prometheus stealing the flame of Hepateus' forge for the otherwise ungifted humans (whose ungifted status in some tellings is Prometheus' fault to begin with, and the theft is more a cover up than an act of charity). The whole gifting thing is an ironic punishment that Prometheus has to watch to learn is lesson - Zeus being a very vindictive personality and all that.
The literal meaning of the name is also why the name persisted as a name for women in Ancient Greece.
2. The mythological box not only contains "all evil" that is then released into the world but also the spark of hope.
3. Most of the authors of Greek myth we are familiar today have "a bit" of misogyn issue, first and foremost Hesiod, who tends to the oldest source on many matters of Ancient Greek myth (including the Pandora's Box-myth). Hence the whole popular perception that women in Ancient Greek literal works are always disruptive. The archeological evidence (e.g. the prominence of status depicting Pandora) calls this into question. It is a widely accepted issue with the textual tradition about the Ancient Greek world.
4. "Chaos" in the Ancient Greek cosmology does not have person-equivalent - though many characters represent disruptive behaviors, the lack of or inversion of proper
order (e.g. Polyphemus, the cylcops from the Odyssey, which appears as perversion of the concept of hospitality due to strangers). It doesn't have to, as Chaos exists as the outside to the ordered world ("Cosmos") and is primordial state of all existence. Hence the textual level importance of establishing and maintaining a proper
order as prevalent themse in Ancient Greek myth.