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Myrna - It was an unusual gift for someone who has everything and she loved it!

Nadine - Bought this for my husband and he loved it, thought it was one of the coolest gifts ever! I would recommend getting it with the frame though as it's an odd size and difficult to frame if not custom made.

Nancy - LOVE IT

Nancy - I was very impressed with the shipping speed and the quality of the package materials.

Nancy - I am so excited to have a star named after my Grandson. :-)

Narda - I first bought a star in 1993 for my godmother who had nearly everything, but the star made such an impression that we went to the planetarium to see just where her star was. I gave her a gift that was eternal. I now give them to very special people.

Neil - Star Registry was very helpful with the process on the phone as the website was a nightmare. It is great that such a sweet gesture is available to star gazers and romantics alike.

Nikki - My son got one for Christmas - he was very excited.

Omar - Better quality than expected. The certificate was larger than I thought.

Paige - easy process, quick turnaround, nice presentation. the kids loved the certificates and the idea of their own star.

Pamela - I named a star for my very dear friend's 50th birthday, for her son and daughtet-in-law on their 'surprise' wedding. Also for my granddaughter's first Christmas, and my grandson's Christening. What a wonderful way to acknowledge the special people in your life.

Pamela - gave one to my son! it is a great gift! love that it comes with the constellation map of where your star is located!

Pat - I liked this because the web site had a lot of my questions answered. They are forthright and explain that this is not a real star naming but more of a memory and thing to share with your family if you want to. I bought three and they all enjoyed them. Thank you

Pat - I have given several stars to friends and family. They love them

Patricia - First time dealing with this company. Impressed with fast delivery of the certificate! Great service, product and company. The recipient of the star certificate loved it!

Patricia - I AM VERY PLEASED with my purchase.

Patricia - Easy execution

Patrick - When I gave it to my wife she cried. Great product.

Paul - People light up when you give a Star Registry certificate. They've heard about it but haven't bothered to go out and get one. They're fun to give!

Paula - My autistic grandson loves it.

Welcome to International Star Registry


For nearly four decades, we have had the pleasure of working with millions of people asking us how to buy a star. Although we do not sell stars, we do allow people to claim their own place in the cosmos when they name a star!

Like the ancients before us, people worldwide are moved by the stars in very personal way. Whether we would like to know how to buy a star as a gift for our sweetheart, or name astar as a lasting memorial, there is no greater honor than writing one’s name among the stars.

For thousands of years, mankind has been mapping and recording celestial objects. From the creation of early star names and their place in ancient mythology and navigation, to multiple modern scientific catalogs, there have been dozens of listings of the stars created.

Starting in 1979, International Star Registry made the heavens available to anyone wishing to name a star that had only been numbered in previous star catalogs. The star names are indexed alphabetically in our star catalog with their telescopic coordinates and are permanently recorded in our published, copyrighted listing of named stars.

These star names are recorded in this way so that centuries from now our descendants can locate these star names and, using the telescopic coordinates, locate the star you named. 9 volumes of the book Your Place in the Cosmos (Library of Congress Catalog No. 84-63015) have been published and registered in the copyright office of the United States. The coordinates are derived from the NASA Hubble Guide Star Catalog and each star is named only once. When you name a star for a loved one, it is a beautiful, memorable gift.

Astronomers do not use the names we assign to the stars. In 1919, The International Astronomical Union (IAU) was established with the objective is to promote and safeguard the science of astronomy. For scientific uniformity, it is the only body that names celestial objects for scientific use, which it does very infrequently. We believe the stars overhead do not belong solely to the scientific community, but to everyone.

Imposter Companies: Several companies have opened up over the years, some even violating our Federally Registered trademark STAR REGISTRY®, INTERNATIONAL STAR REGISTRY®, and STARREGISTRY.COM® but they are not International Star Registry, nor are they affiliated with us. None have published a star catalog. Many of these firms have closed, leaving no records of named stars.

International Star Registry produces the only permanently published and copyrighted listing of named stars in the world. We are Headquartered in Glenview, IL, USA and are a member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating.

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