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Eve - It was a wonderful birthday gift for my husband, who has always wanted to be an astronaut, but alas, he gets motion-sick easily. This was the next best thing. He loved it!

Facebook - VERY nice gift!

Facebook - Very professional looking certificate!!

Facebook - I love the star registry

Frank - I used it for a xmas gift that was VERY much loved

Frank - "This is a great way to remember someone by and to let others know the love you have so I would just like to say thank you. This was in memory of my son that passed away just a few min. After being born. Thank you Frank Martin"

Gina - Expeditiously shipped and packaging was perfect! A beautiful certificate of authenticity included with constellation map. Love this!

Gloria - It really was great! They sent certificate (for that specific star), a map to find it's location in the right area, and other stuff the budding astronomer found interesting. So, yes, I'll be back for my next star.

Gwen - My children had so much fun that I bought one for every child in my sons class. They also had a blast!

Hannah - Everything was beautiful! Exactly as described and easy to order!

Heather - The perfect gift for my son who is an amateurs astronomer

Heather - very prompt and pretty diagrams.

Heidi - Great Christmas gift. Thumbs up.

Heidi - I'm so excited to give my husband "Our" star tonight. I never know what to get him for his birthday (being it's so close to Christmas, but "YEA" I did it! This is a great gift idea, and quite romantic too!! Wish me luck!!

Helene - Really cool gift. My friend LOVED getting a star named after him! :)

Hollis - I bought a star for one of the most deserving, hardest working, dedicated, loving, compassionate, sane and well adjusted person I may ever know ...And when the world ends if we have the technology....we have a place to stay!

Hope - Bought this for our 11-yr-old who is enthralled with the stars and constellations. She loves it and we have had a wonderful time trying to pinpoint her star. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

Ingrid - Just got a star named after me. A very romantic and unforgettable gesture. I love it!

Irene - FAST! Great presents for family and friends!!!

Jacqui - I wish I had named a star for John sooner. The map is pretty cool.

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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