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From what I understand, humans helped found the station, so wouldn't they have a say in the naming of the station?
Another thing to consider is the fact that in our fiction, Cybertronians have been working with humans for a very long time. Wouldn't human culture rub off on them a bit?
Anyway - Janus, the two-faced god of beginnings and transitions, just makes sence in my head.
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