The Yr in Space 2016 Wall Calendar, Massive Format sixteen” x 22″ When Open up, Around 120 Astronomy & Space Exploration Visuals, Moon Phases, Space Historical past, Sky Occasions, Intro by Bill Nye, Planetary Culture CEO




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Devote the Yr In Space with this award-successful significant-format desk calendar, posted in cooperation with The Planetary Culture, and showcasing an introduction by Bill Nye! Larger sized and extra lavishly illustrated than any other space calendar posted, The Yr In Space will take you on a calendar year-extended guided tour of the Universe. Journey to the Andromeda Galaxy, fly the lunar module with the astronauts of Apollo 9, find out about The Planetary Society’s Mild Sail spacecraft, uncover the mysteries of Iapetus, study gravitational lensing, ride alongside with the Curiosity Rover on Mars, go to Jupiter’s Excellent Crimson Place, and extra. Just about every thirty day period you can expect to take pleasure in an in-depth exploration of human space flight, planetary exploration, or deep sky wonders numerous pictures and detailed captions a mini-biography of famed astronomer, scientist, or astronaut associated to the topic history information and fun specifics a sky summary of wherever to find bare-eye planets space history dates main vacations (U.S. and Canada) every day Moon phases graphically shown room for notes and appointments. Locate out for you why The Yr In Space was voted “Science Geek Reward of the Yr” by the NBC Information Electronic Cosmic Log internet site. The Yr In Space appeals to a wide assortment of ages and is the great reward for space lovers, no matter whether you’re an astrophysicist or an eight-calendar year-aged. Devote the Yr In Space with The Planetary Culture!Revealed in cooperation with The Planetary Culture
Massive-format 11″ x sixteen” (sixteen” x 22″ when open up) – 22% much larger than normal calendar
Around 120 space pictures – extra than any other space wall calendar
Hundreds of sky functions, space history dates, every day moon phases
Showcasing an introduction by Bill Nye, CEO of The Planetary Culture