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They’re Back! Win a Copy of the 2016 Year in Space Wall Calendar

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: when the new Year In Space Wall Calendars become available! These wonderful calendars are back for 2016: they are big and are the perfect gift for all the space enthusiasts on your holiday shopping list.

This gigantic wall calendar is full of amazing color images, daily space facts, historical references, and it even shows you where you can look in the sky for all the best astronomical sights.

Thanks to calendar creator Steve Cariddi, Universe Today has 5 copies of the Year in Space wall calendar to giveaway.

To be entered into our giveaway drawing, just put your email address into the box at the bottom of this article (where it says “Enter the Giveaway”) before Wednesday, December 2, 2015.

If this is the first time you’re registering for a giveaway from Universe Today, you’ll receive a confirmation email immediately where you’ll need to click a link to be entered into the drawing. For those who have registered previously, you’ll receive an email later where you can enter this drawing.

This is a gorgeous wall calendar that has over 120 beautiful photos of space, and at 16 inches by 22 inches, it is much larger than other wall calendars. Plus it has great illustrations and information that every space fan will appreciate.

Each month you’ll see:

— An in-depth exploration of human space flight, planetary exploration, or deep sky wonders
— Multiple images and detailed captions
— A mini-biography of famous astronomer, scientist, or astronaut related to the topic
— Background info and fun facts
— A sky summary of where to find naked-eye planets
— Space history dates
— Major holidays (U.S. and Canada)
— Daily Moon phases graphically displayed
— Room for notes and appointments

These calendars normally sell for $17.95, but Universe Today readers can buy the calendar for only $13.95 or less (using the “Internet” discount), and get free U.S. shipping and discounted international shipping. There are also volume discounts. Check out all the details here.

There’s also the 136-Page Desk Calendar at a similar discounts.

You can preview the entire calendar at the Year in Space Calendar website.

It’s published in cooperation with The Planetary Society, with an introduction by Bill Nye. Plus there’s a nice blurb about Universe Today! Our thanks to Steve Cariddi for providing this giveaway opportunity for our readers!

Nancy Atkinson

Nancy has been with Universe Today since 2004, and has published over 6,000 articles on space exploration, astronomy, science and technology. She is the author of two books: "Eight Years to the Moon: the History of the Apollo Missions," (2019) which shares the stories of 60 engineers and scientists who worked behind the scenes to make landing on the Moon possible; and "Incredible Stories from Space: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Missions Changing Our View of the Cosmos" (2016) tells the stories of those who work on NASA's robotic missions to explore the Solar System and beyond. Follow Nancy on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Nancy_A and and Instagram at and https://www.instagram.com/nancyatkinson_ut/

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