Get a view into space, into the space age and from space on Earth. These calendars start with the history of flying and space flight, show images from the Hubble Telescope and end right here at home with images from space of our own planet earth. Enjoy Mars, or a starry sky, or the beauty of our planet seen from above.
Whether you enjoy the machinery of space: space ships and so on, or the view of galaxies, I’m sure you’ll find something here that you want in your home.
Shown above is the Deep Space Mysteries Calendar.
Space Views from the Hubble Telescope Wall Calendar
Three and a half centuries after Galileo’s revolutionary explorations of the night sky, the Hubble Space Telescope has lifted astronomers ever closer to the stars, revealing sights that previously existed only as hypotheses. Includes concise descriptions of the celestial phenomenon depicted.
By Scientific American
Space Views from the Hubble Telescope Mini Wall Calendar
This compact wall calendar offers twelve stunning examples of the intriguing and breathtaking celestial phenomena documented by Hubble, from asteroid collisions and planetary aurorae to star nurseries and dying stars. Informative notes accompany each spectacular image.
By Scientific American
Heavens Wall Calendar
Seek out new worlds with Hubble’s latest images of outer space! Featuring the deepest views of the cosmos including distant galaxies, star-births, supernovae, and dying star nebulae—this calendar’s images will amaze and enthrall space and science fans alike!
Celestial Wonders Wall Calendar
Take an exciting (and informative!) journey through space with NASA as your guide. Each month includes a detailed description of the celestial wonders you will encounter on your space voyage.
Galaxies Wall Calendar
Since the beginning of time, celestial bodies have whirled through the infinite blackness—misty nebulae, blazing stars, swirling galaxies. Humankind’s fascination with the night sky long predates the dawn of history, and there is still so much to be discovered.
Space Wall Calendar
On July 23, 1999, NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory was launched aboard the space shuttle Columbia and deployed into orbit. Space 2012 features extraordinary images from Chandra.
By the Smithsonian Institution
Astronomy Wall Calendar
Set your sights high with this astronomy calendar featuring out-of-this-world images. Descriptions for each image included monthly. All calendar pages are printed on FSC certified paper with environmentally safe inks.
Hubble Space Telescope Wall Calendar
This calendar is filled with stunning images of the universe that surrounds us, captured by the marvelous Hubble Telescope. Produced via environmentally friendly processes, using chlorine free FSC-certified paper and vegetable-based inks.
Smithsonian Space Museum Wall Calendar
The largest museum complex on planet earth is where to find the National Air and Space Museum. On the National Mall in D.C., the museum holds everything that’s flown, from The Spirit of St. Louis to an Apollo command module.
This wall calendar has a lot of information about space technology and history and is of course illustrated beautifully. From old space suits and rockets to what it looks like in space.
The Solar System Wall Calendar
The Solar System calendar features the system of planets, moons and stars that we as humans living on Planet Earth, call home. Beautiful images of moon surfaces, asteroids, and star clusters round out the collection of our solar system’s planets and sun.
The Blue Planet Wall Calendar
Earth is the third planet from the sun. It’s home to millions of species and is the only place in the universe where we know life to exist. This wall calendar features images of Earth, the Blue Planet, taken from space.
Mars Wall Calendar
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System. The planet is named after Mars, the Roman god of war. This planet is often described as the “Red Planet” because the iron oxide prevalent on its surface gives it a reddish appearance. Even a Martian would enjoy th
Terra Luna Wall Calendar
This new wall calendar features twelve gorgeous photographs of the moon as seen from space and from Earth.
A Star is Born Wall Calendar
A Star is Born features the best of space photography, including galaxies, nebulas, and planets, accompanied by descriptive text.
Astronomy Deluxe Wall Calendar
Majestic spiral arms of a remote galaxy shimmer from the combined light of 50 billion stars. The ethereal curtains of the aurora borealis ripple across the night sky. Vast clouds of gas and dust, 10,000 times wider than the solar system, pervade the galaxy. Captured by the
Space Earth Deluxe Wall Calendar
Interest in space exploration is greater than ever! Celebrate America’s can-do spirit with this exhilarating Space / Earth calendar. Enjoy breathtaking images month after month.
Blue Planet Wall Calendar
This wall calendar features a dozen images from around the world featuring the endless shades of blue found in water and sky.
Learn about the history of space flight and airplanes in this desk calendar by the Smythsonian National Air and Space Museum.
Smithsonian National Air & Space Desk Calendar
The Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum maintains the largest collection of historic air and spacecraft in the world. This daily trivia calendar features fascinating facts and photos pulled from the museum’s collection.