The 2015 Year in Space Calendars Are Here!
What brings you an entire sidereal year of awesome space news and pictures, each and every day? (Besides me, of course?) That’s right: The Year in Space calendar!
Produced by Starry Messenger Press in conjunction with The Planetary Society, the 2015 Year in Space calendar is (like its predecessors) a gorgeous 16″ x 22″ (40.5 cm x 56 cm) work of art filled with over 120 images of space exploration and hundreds upon hundreds of facts and figures about space exploration. Sure it tells you the date like all calendars do, but no other calendar I know of gives you so much great information about astronomical objects, scientists and astronauts, the worlds of our solar system, and on-this-date space exploration history. If you love space – and if you’re reading my blog then I assume you do – then this is the perfect gift for yourself and any other space fans you may know. (Even if they don’t know they’re space fans yet!)
Because Lights in the Dark loves you (and its author is mentioned on the inside front cover) you can get a discount by mentioning that you saw it here. Find out how to get yours below:
ORDER HERE and click “Internet” to get the Year in Space wall calendar for just $13.95 USD (reg. $17.95) plus get FREE SHIPPING in the U.S.! That’s a supergiant of a deal. Be sure to add in the comments that you saw it on Lights in the Dark!
And if you buy in quantity you’ll get additional savings:
1 calendar = $13.95 (save $4)
2-9 calendars = @ $12.95 (save $5 each)
10-35 calendars = @ $11.95 (save $6 each)
36+ calendars = @ $10.95 (save $7 each)
I’ve been using the 2014 calendar all year and I can’t tell you how many great space tidbits I’ve gleaned from it. (Plus I suppose it’s handy to know what day it is and plan ahead and stuff.)
Be sure to order yours today before they’re all gone!
Out of wall space? Check out the desk version here.
Posted on November 14, 2014, in Reviews, Science and tagged astronomy, calendar, geek gifts, gifts, space, Year in Space. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on The 2015 Year in Space Calendars Are Here!.