Astronomy buffs can name and dedicate a star with any message they’d like, and receive charts and software to help find the pet gas ball
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About This Deal
Choose from Three Options
- $14 for a Name a Star Instant Gift-Set Plus (a $29.90 value)
- $29 for a Name a Star Instant Gift-Set Premium with Virtual Planetarium Astronomy Software (a $79.80 value)
- $39 for a Star Bear Gift Set with Virtual Planetarium Astronomy Software (a $79.80 value)
For the Instant Gift Sets, you get to name a star and pen a dedication message, and will receive a downloadable digital certificate indicating the star’s new name and location within minutes of purchase. At some point over the next year, the name and message will be loaded onto a rocket ship and launched into space, at which time clients will receive a launch certificate. This gift set also includes an informative e-book that covers such topics as sunspots, black holes, dark matter, and when we can expect Star Trek to come true.
On top of everything listed above, the premium gift set also contains a full-color astrophotograph that shows your star’s constellation and an inset showing the star in relation to its neighbors. This photograph is produced within one business day and delivered via email. This package also includes the downloadable Virtual Planetarium astronomy software, which features NASA images, online resources, 3-D photos of Mars, and an easy way to locate your star.
That software is also included with the Star Bear option, a keepsake teddy bear adorned with a badge bearing your star’s new name. Additionally, this option includes a downloadable star certificate, 5”x7” printed star certificate, Virtual Planetarium DVD, and 3D glasses.
Instant Gift-Sets are downloadable and nothing is shipped via carrier. Star Bear Gift-Sets are shipped via carrier for a small additional fee not included in this promotion.
About Name A Star Live
Name A Star Live is a branch of Space Services, Inc., an undisputed pioneer in commercial space flight. Space Services has been launching satellites and mounting extraterrestrial missions since 1981. They’ve also delivered roughly 10,000 messages and an asteroid made entirely of freeze-dried ice cream to the astronauts on the International Space Station. In 1995, the business began providing orbital services to the global public, and sends up new stellar names and messages with every rocket launch.