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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!

Gods of the Sun and Moon

- 21 April 2017

Have you ever read stories about the ancient Gods and Goddesses from different groups of people? They often created these Gods to explain the reason the sun rose or the moon eclipsed. Read on to learn more the Sun and Moon Gods.

International Space Station Fun Facts

- 21 April 2017

How easy is it for you to brush your teeth in the morning? Can you easily wash your face? What if the water coming from your faucet started to float? These are some of the things that the astronauts on the International Space Station deal with on their mission. Read on to learn more about the International Space Station.

Inventions from Space NASA SPINOFF

- 14 April 2017

Have you ever had a fever? How did the Dr. take your temperature? With a thermometer right. Was it placed in your ear? If so, that thermometer was originally invented for use in space. Read on to learn more about the space inventions we use here on earth.

Traveling the Surface of the Moon by Car

- 8 April 2017

Imagine trying to drive on the moon. What would your vehicle look like? What would your tires be made of? How fast could you go?  For astronauts to learn about the moon, scientists developed a special car to travel its surface. Read on to find out interesting facts about the Lunar Roving Vehicle.

Mirror Mirror on the Telescope

- 1 April 2017

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Have you ever used to a flashlight to look outside at night? Were you looking at an object very far away? Did the light allow you to see it? In 2018 NASA will launch the James Webb Telescope. Read on to learn what they want to see with their new telescope.

Robots, Rovers, and Rocky Terrain

- 24 March 2017


Have you ever looked through a telescope to see a planet? Did you see plants? Animals? It takes more than a telescope to see exactly what is living on a planet. Scientists have made special vehicles called space rovers to explore planets. Read on to find out how they get the space rovers prepared for outer space.