Standard Star

Standard Star Gift Package

With our standard star naming offer, you can name a real star, which will be visible from any place on earth throughout the year.

$44.90 $64.90

Zodiac Star

Constellation Star Gift Package

Buy a star in a constellation of your choice. This is a good star naming option because is it easy to find and recall constellations.

$66.43 $94.90

Binary Star

Binary Star Gift Package

This is a system of two stars where one star revolves around the other. A binary star is great for couples or registering a star for 2.

$80.50 $115.00

Celestial Name Database

Star database is a non-governmental, non-profit and independent organization. At the moment we have one of
the oldest online star name catalogues, which classifies us as the largest database in the world.

What is the Star-naming register?

Star-naming register is the platform storing every record of star names that have been assigned by customers from authorized services. Only the official Star catalogs will contain data of all registration entries securely and create a list of stars available online.

The Universe was born from chaos, and only humans have been able to make the patterns of the stars meaningful. Thus, our database provides the possibility for anyone to name a real star in the sky.

How does Star-naming register work?

The Star-naming database contains fields with unique ID numbers of stars that only their customers can amend. Live data about the star names are available within the catalog at any time; moreover, the registration has no expiration date.

Star-naming register supports various companies; however, the best company is always the one regularly monitored.

Fast Registration

Fast Registration

We assign only visible stars within 5 minutes.



We ensure quality service with no duplicates in the register.

Accurate Service

Accurate service

Name a real star with us and locate it easily in the night sky.

Database of Star names

There is no limit to the stars you can possibly name. The database is linked to the number of stars in the Universe giving everyone endless possibilities to have a star name in an official catalog.

The database will always show accurate details about stellar names in the space. Moreover, it will never lack an option for new registration entries

How can the stars be named and recorded in the catalog?

Guide 1

1. Choose the Star Gift pack that intrigues you the most.

Guide 2

2. Decide upon all descriptive details of your star (star constellation, name, registration date, etc.).

Guide 3

3. After that, provide all the information needed for successful registration. Within 5 minutes, you will receive a confirmation with access to your Star Certificate and Star Map.

Guide 4

4. Your registration number will be visible on the certificate. Also, you can find your ID on your account (or just access your gift pack in e-mail).

Guide 5

5. With your registration number (ID), you will be able to look-up your star in the database.

If these simplified steps seem too confusing, you can find a more detailed guide here.

Does NASA have a star-name register?

NASA is one of the most prominent (and also well recognized) organizations that deal with space research. This, NASA always keeps society up to date with the latest developments in astronomy, as well.

Even though NASA deals with space exploration, it do not have one complete database for celestial names. NASA databases include detailed information about space but do not provide an overall number of all the stars ever added to the register.

  • Celestial Name Database shows every record of all the stars ever named online.
  • Each time a new star name is added to the catalog, the customer receives a unique ID number. Star Certificate documents help to locate the particular star in the database.
  • It does not matter if you are from the United States, from the UK or Germany - you can name a star and always find it in the Star-naming register.
  • Unfortunately, NASA does not have a register with all the listed stars. NASA mostly performs advanced space researches and leaves this matter to International Astronomical Union (IAU).

Every star in the universe is there for a reason: now you can define this reason using our service.