Name a Star - Owners Can Now Locate Their Star Through iOS and Android Apps
FLORIDA CITY, Fla. - September 15, 2021 - ( Newswire.com )
Star Registration, the only verified partner of the officially recognized Star Register, now has apps for iOS and Android that allow customers to find their namesake star without any third-party tools.
The app allows star owners to locate their star at any given time from any given location through a unique naming number.
Star Registration offers the ability to name a real star in the sky, and they are often bought as a romantic gift, said Marc Mayr, a spokesperson for Star Registration.
On Star-Registration.com, users have a choice of three different star packages that are guaranteed to be visible from everywhere in the world, with prices ranging from $40 to $100. Clients can make a star as individual as possible with a variety of different certificate designs and a personal dedication. As extras, clients can choose a frame for their certificate, a Swarovski star and a zodiac sign necklace.
In addition, every order comes with a celestial map so that a named star in the sky can be easily located.
All star namings are recorded in the globally recognized Star-Naming Registry for an unlimited period of time. This means that the registration is valid forever and the star will bear its chosen name for eternity.
In the context of star naming, it is generally understood that a private person is naming a star. This name can be either an invented name, such as “little mouse,” or a real name, such as “Sarah Johnson.” In general, any name is possible.
Star Registration only names stars that are clearly visible from any place on Earth throughout the year. If a client does not like the star that Star Registration has named for an owner, another star will be named.
The Star Registration apps are available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
For more information on how to name a star, visit Star-Registration.com. Visitors to the site can sign up for a newsletter and receive a five percent discount on their first star naming.
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