Name a Star Gift

Product code: 1136441

Name a Star after someone special with this unique gift idea

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Astronomers divided the sky into areas, as perceived from earth, so as to create a consistent spherical map, rather like the markings on a football. In this way, 88 areas or constellations were formed. Only a handful of stars bear names, arising from Arabic, Greek and Roman mythology. The vast majority of stars are referred to only by their astronomical co-ordinates or catalogue numbers, they are unnamed and there are millions and millions of them. So why not name one after someone special?
Pack Contents:

Presentation Tin,
Introduction Letter,
Registration Card – Complete and return to register your star and receive your A4 personalised certificate,
A4 Star co-ordinates certificate (actual facts on your stars position),
Map of the night skies poster,
Guide to the northern constellations book.
Delivery Type Delivery Time Price
Delivery options Standard UK delivery (Available for delivery to mainland UK addresses only. This item will be delivered by Royal Mail. Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery.) 3-5 working days £3.95
Delivery options UK Express delivery (Available for delivery to mainland UK addresses only. Orders placed before 11:30am will be delivered next working day.) Order by 11:30am for next working day £7.50
     
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Astronomers divided the sky into areas, as perceived from earth, so as to create a consistent spherical map, rather like the markings on a football. In this way, 88 areas or constellations were formed. Only a handful of stars bear names, arising from Arabic, Greek and Roman mythology. The vast majority of stars are referred to only by their astronomical co-ordinates or catalogue numbers, they are unnamed and there are millions and millions of them. So why not name one after someone special? 
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Name a Star (Unframed)
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Astronomers divided the sky into areas, as perceived from earth, so as to create a consistent spherical map, rather like the markings on a football. In this way, 88 areas or constellations were formed. Only a handful of stars bear names, arising from Arabic, Greek and Roman mythology. The vast majority of stars are referred to only by their astronomical co-ordinates or catalogue numbers, they are unnamed and there are millions and millions of them. So why not name one after someone special? 
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Name a Star (Unframed)
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5 out of 5
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Date: 16 November 2010
Veronica Davies
I was looking for unusual gifts for my daughter's 18th birthday. I needed something special and unique then someone suggested I name a star after her! It was so easy to do through buyagift - the gift pack arrived so quicklyl She was really impressed with it so I'm happy.
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
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Date: 16 November 2010
Olivia Steel
My mother bought us this name a star gift when my little girl her first grandchild was born. I thought it was a lovely gesture and such a nice idea to have a star named after baby Lily. We got an attractive personalised certificate which is up on the wall in Lily's nursery. Supposedly we could find her star using the co-ordinates but not sure our astronomy's up to it!
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
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