It’s that time of year again and the new 2015 edition of The Year in Space calendar is now available! This beautiful and stunning large-format wall calendar, published in cooperation with The Planetary Society, is a unique and awe-inspiring gift for every space and astronomy enthusiast. There are relatively few space-themed calendars out there, and this one is by far the best that you will find, taking you on a year-long guided tour of the universe!
It is still the same huge size as before, measuring 40 centimetres x 56 centimetres (16 inches x 22 inches) when hanging up! There is plenty of room for tons of images and information, and that space is used to full advantage.
After a great introduction by Bill Nye, the Science Guy and CEO of The Planetary Society, the pages are filled with over 120 images (seven or more images per month), Moon phases, planet visibility and more than 100 sky events. There are also detailed descriptions of images and hundreds of dates in space history listed in the primary calendar area, as well as mini-bios of historical astronomers, astronauts and scientists.
There is also room for notes and major holidays are listed for the U.S. and Canada.
The calendar has also been named the Science Geek Gift of the Year by the well-known MSNBC Cosmic Log website.
You can preview and order the calendar here; by ordering online, you can purchase the calendar for only $13.95 US, with additional discounts for bulk orders, for savings of 22% – 39% off the usual $17.95 price. Shipping is free within the U.S..
This is a great way to both purchase your calendar and also help further space exploration at the same time. There is also a money-back guarantee, so what more could you ask for?