Name A Star After Someone You Love And Make Them Smile
Watch this short video to find out how to name a star in the UK and what mistakes to avoid when buying this gift – or you probably won’t be able to make your loved ones smile.
You’ve decided to name a star? Great! The following is included…
Please note: To maintain the high print and service quality, we exlusively name only 100 stars every month. Be fast to buy your star gift, or you’ll have to wait till the following month!
Frequently Asked Questions about Naming A Star
If you want to register a star on your name, please go to our "Shop" page and buy a star naming gift. This allows you to name a star with us and register it at the International Stellar Database. Once we've registered your star, you can always look up your registered stars data.
There are many companies and each one of them offers great star naming gifts. We can only tell you to compare the products and choose that one which you think is the best. Our star naming gift certificates are printed on high-quality 180g/m² paper and you can choose between 14 different certificate designs.
Not at our website. Would you really like to give someone a gift which is very cheap or free to get? That means it's almost worthless.
Yes you can. If you want to adopt a star, please visit our "shop" page and make a purchase. By making a purchase you gain the right to name and adopt a star which will be registered into the ISD database.
If you want to reach the star naming registry / star registry / star database , please go to www.international-stellar-database.com and you'll be able to look up your star.
We offer next-day delivery for e-mail certificates (delivery within 24 hours). For printed certificates, we do unfortunatly not offer next-day delivery.
Well yes, a lot of people name stars as a memorial or a birthday gift. Why shouldn't you? It's a great gift idea.
It costs between £20,00 and £100,00 to name, adopt or register a star in the UK.
If you want to name a star for a love one, you can use our service or of course the service of any other star naming company.
Well actually no, because a star doesn't really exist. It's an explosion, a supernova which is millions of light years away from us. And you can't really get there. Naming a star as a symbolic gift though is no problem at all.