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A heavenly way to show your love

A heavenly way to show your love

(NAPS)-Choosing a gift for a special person in your life may be easier if you look to the heavens. The starry sky may inspire you to give a gift that's as unique and timeless as your love.
In fact, you can give them the stars. That is, you can have stars named for them.
Whether for an anniversary, birthday, engagement, wedding, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day or just about any occasion, it's a special way to put a sparkle in the eyes of the people who are special to you.
Many stars have been named for celebrities, dignitaries, royalty and individuals including Taylor Swift, Princess Diana, Oprah Winfrey, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Donald Trump and all presidents from Jimmy Carter to Barack Obama. One star has even been named to mark Prince William's engagement to Kate Middleton. British fans of the happy couple applied to have a star in the Cygnus (Swan) constellation named "Wills & Kate." Millions of everyday _people have stars named for them, too; but don't worry, there are plenty of stars left.
Naming a star is a unique and personal gift. The recipient gets a beautiful 12" by 16" parchment certificate with the star name, the dedication date and the star's telescopic coordinates. Also included is a comprehensive booklet by noted astronomer Dr. James Rickard with charts of the constellations, plus a larger, more detailed chart with the actual star encircled in red. All star names are published in the astronomical compendium, "Your Place In The Cosmos."
Now, you can increase the sparkle and add a sterling silver Tiffany-style bracelet to any International Star Registry gift package, with the name and coordinates of the star engraved on the pendant.
For further information or to place an order, visit www.starreg or call (800) 282-3333.

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