Willow Creek Press

Astronomy JWST/HST 2024 Weekly Planner

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Marvel in the magnificence of our solar system... distant galaxies and supernovas, nebulas and comets, are all made visible through the watchful eye of NASA astronomers and the James Webb Space Telescope and Hubble Space Telescope.

Well-known Astronomy author and educator, Phil Harrington, also shares detailed notes about historical events and astronomical happenings throughout the year.

This 6.5”x 8.5” engagement calendar includes a spiral binding with a durable plastic-free softcover. Its 12-month, week-per-page format features an area for jotting down notes, along with current and future month snapshots each week. There is also a section of blank note pages in the back to help organize your busy life. All major public and culturally significant holidays are included, along with CST moon phases.

Dimensions 6.5" x 8.5"

Customer Reviews

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Dale B.
Give credit and show names of constellations.

I think your calendar planner is nicely done. Thick, finished paper with glossy surface, great photos, great fonts, and space to record information regarding each day.

Two suggestions:
1) If you are using NASA or other agency photos, give credit to them by including their names on the photo pages. No plagiarism.

2) Include the name of the agency on the same page as the photo, not on its opposing page. People may not see (or ignore) them on the opposing pages. I assume that you didn’t do this so that the color photos could be spread-out across a larger area of its page for closer inspection. But, you need to include the name of the photo, and the agency that took the photo, on the same page that each photo is on.

Thank you

  • Is there a picture on each double page spread?

    Great question! No, there is not an image on each spread. There are 26 images in total. It alternates between showing two weeks (one on the left side and one on the right side) with no image, one week on the left with an image on the right, an image on the left with a week on the right, then repeats that pattern starting again with two weeks with no image.