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Sunday, 30 July 2017

Stars, Moons or Planets

The most recent stamp I have from France was issued on 4 May 2009 and its a € denomination.

France
Two weeks ago I showed a Polish stamp depicting a statue of Nicolaus Copernicus

The biggest and oldest planetarium was founded in 1955 to commemorate him. It's located in the Silesian Central Park.

Poland - Silesian (Slaskie) Planetarium & Astronomy Observatory - 15 Sept 1966
For other astronomy related themes check out the links at Sunday-stamps-II-137

7 comments:

Eva A. said...

New stamps to me. This is a fascinating theme!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Bob - interesting to see these ... we're finding out more (or at least investigating) so much up in those wonderful star studded skies ... thanks for showing us these - cheers Hilary

violet s said...

That is one cool looking planetarium.

Heleen said...

Beautiful stamps! Saturnus keeps on being fascinating, and I always am amazed how people managed to observe the planets and stars so well even decades and ages ago - must be thanks to telescopes and planetaria.

viridian said...

French stamp is beautiful.

FinnBadger said...

Great stamps, love the Saturn stamp with a galaxy in the background.

Pat Tillett said...

Two totally different styles. Both are great!