If someone you know deserves a place in history, then you've already taken the first step towards giving him or her the gift of a lifetime. We're offering you the opportunity to buy a gift that is simply out of this world. This is a novelty gift item, and is a symbolic gesture...
The gift includes
- A combined Certificate of Registration
- A3 Star Chart Scroll, showing the exact location of your named star with astronomical co-ordinates
- Complimentary messaging service
- Presentation package
Delivery takes 8-14 days.
You are required to complete a form stating the name of your star, the date, and app. location. The name should not be longer than 35 characters, including spaces.
1.Will you register the same star again?
No, we will register your star at Star Listings International and that guarantees that there will not be any star registered twice.
2.What is the size of the Star Chart/Certificate?
It is A3 in size - approximately 42 x 30 cm.
Name a Star
A truly romantic and thoughtful gift.
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Name a Star: Fascinating Facts
The first thing you need to know is that constellations are not real! The constellations are totally imaginary things that poets, farmers and astronomers have made up over the past 6,000 years (and probably even more!). The real purpose for the constellations is to help us tell which stars are which, nothing more. On a really dark night, you can see about 1000 to 1500 stars. Trying to tell which is which is hard. The constellations help by breaking up the sky into more managable bits. They are used as mnemonics, or memory aids. For example, if you spot three bright stars in a row in the winter evening, you might realize, "Oh! That's part of Orion!" Suddenly, the rest of the constellation falls into place and you can declare: "There's Betelgeuse in Orion's left shoulder and Rigel is his foot." And once you recognize Orion, you can remember that Orion's Hunting Dogs are always nearby. Then you might recognize the two bright stars in the upper and lower left of the photograph as Procyon in Canis Minor and Sirius in Canis Major, respectively.
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