Gift This, Not That: Year In Space vs. Space Views From Hubble Calendars (Synopsis)

"No one regards what is before his feet; we all gaze at the stars." -Quintus Ennius

For the space, science or astronomy enthusiast, there's nothing like looking up at the Universe with your own eyes and discovering it. But during the day, while you're seated at your desk, office or computer, many of us crave connecting with the Universe then, even if briefly, even if only for a moment. And there are many, many wall calendar options out there for you to choose from.

Image credit: The Scientific American Space: Views From The Hubble Space Telescope 2016 calendar. Image credit: The Scientific American Space: Views From The Hubble Space Telescope 2016 calendar.

But despite the efforts of many major publishers, like Scientific American (above), they fail to engage on the five major points: size, astronomical events, historical happenings, scientific information, and bonuses like extra pictures, scientist profiles and more. There is one calendar, though -- the Planetary Society's Year In Space 2016 calendar -- that satisfies on all fronts.

Image credit: Steve Cariddi, The Planetary Society and the Year In Space 2016 calendars. Image credit: Steve Cariddi, The Planetary Society and the Year In Space 2016 calendars.

Come find out all about it, and find out how to order or win one for yourself today over on Forbes!

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