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The Online Star Register Blog

Thank you for visiting the Online Star Register Blog. Here we share the latest news with you about the OSR gifts, our apps and about what we love most: the universe and the stars!

John Napier Inventor

- 17 November 2017

The study of astronomy requires labor-intensive calculations that today are accomplished primarily with calculator and computers. During the 1600’s a Scotsman named John Napier created math tables to speed up the calculating process. It changed the world. Read on to learn more about Napier’s invention.

Dinosaur Extinction Theory

- 17 November 2017

How did the dinosaurs become extinct? Most believe that a meteor crashed into the Earth and caused them to die. What if the meteor did not strike the Earth in Mexico? Read on to find out what would have happened if the meteor missed Mexico.

Can a Star Explode Twice?

- 10 November 2017

For years astronomers believed that a violent explosion ended the life of a star. What happens though when they catch the same star exploding twice? Read on to find out more about the star that exploded twice.

Cecilia Payne Composition of the Sun

- 10 November 2017

During the early 20th century women worked in the astronomy field making huge discoveries with regards to our understanding of the universe. One noted astronomer, Cecilia Payne, invented the method of detecting spectra in the Sun. Read on to learn more about this remarkable woman’s discovery and life.

Sephora and OSR: Galaxy Partners

- 7 November 2017

Sephora Blog

French beauty chain Sephora, renowned for their perfumes and cosmetics, launches a brand new limited edition eyeshadow palette on the 7th of November 2017. Sephora partnered with Online Star Register (OSR) to launch the Mixology Galaxy Palette, in an endeavor to bring eyeshadow users an experience unlike any other in the world.

Black Hole Light Beams

- 4 November 2017

Black holes comprise some of the biggest mysteries in space research. Recently scientists discovered X-Ray light emitting near the hole. Where did the light come from? Read on to learn more about black hole light beams.