Dad has always said he is want for nothing kind of man, but we all know that when it comes to a Father’s Day gift, it’s got to be good. Mum is so easy to buy for, flowers, chocolate, a spa day… But how can you show your Dad that he is special to you?
Why not name a star?
Father’s Day falls on the 16th of June this year, so take this as your official reminder to get the gifts in! To save some time, why not just click here and order an out of this world (literally) gift right now? Star-Name-Registry.com offers you the opportunity to name a star after absolutely anybody, and we might even have a little treat at the end of this email… With access into star-register.org, an A4 certificate, a sky atlas, and confirmation letter with our most basic package, you will have everything you need to name a star after your Dad! If you want to make the biggest impression, you can upgrade to a Gift Set that has your certificate already framed in a luxury gift box to give the WOW factor that even Dad will appreciate!
Father’s Day was brought about in the US in 1972 when Richard Nixon signed a declaration making the third Sunday in June officially Father’s Day, however similar to Mother’s Day, the first ever Father’s Day goes well beyond this. The first Father’s Day was thought to be held on the 5th of July 1908 after Grace Golden Clayton asked her pastor, Dr R Thomas Webb, if Sunday service could be held to honour fathers. While she was missing her Dad, who passed away in 1896, Mrs. Clayton wanted Sunday Service to honour Father’s after a tragic mining explosion that happened in the previous December, that killed over 360 men and boys resulting in over 1,000 children being left without Father’s.
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June Celestial Events
This months celestial events include Jupiter at Opposition and the Summer Solstice!
Jupiter at Opposition
On June the 10th 2019, Jupiter, Earth and the Sun will be in a direct line with eachother, meaning Jupiter's face will be fully illuminated by the Sun and will be visible to us on Earth. On this night, Jupiter will be the brighter than any ither time of the and will be visible all night long (weather permitting). With a good pair of binoculars, you will even be able to see the 4 moons as bright dots around Jupiter!
The Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere marks the beginning of Summer and this year, it will fall on the 21st of June 2019, our longest day. Meanwhile, in the Southern Hemisphere, the winter solstice marks the beginning of Winter and the shortest day!