Hello {!firstname},

It's a fact that 80% of the stars in the night sky are double stars.

Double stars are two stars, that are in a permanent orbit with each other.

   In fact, some scientists and astronomers have suggested that even our own Sun, could be a double star.

A dim red, dwarf companion that might be about a quarter or so of a light year away.
We might be able to confirm this soon, as we send larger telescopes into space, that can reach further out
into deep space.

And how about a double, double stars such as the ones in the Constellation of Lyra? 

Even a small telescope can resolve those pinpoints of light, to two individual stars.

Now consider the likelihood that there are many planets around the majority of these stars.

And a darn good possibility of life as well.

If we should come across any of these intelligent beings at some point, we only have to realize
they are made of the same star stuff, we ourselves are made of.

And while you don't have to believe in the existence of UFO's as being from other star systems,
it's not to say that it isn't a possibility by any means. 

And since we come from starstuff, we really are a part of it, and that's where we will return
when it's our time.

Before any of that happens though you might want to take a final peak at our Meade Apo triplet sale
which is about to end.  And when it's over, it's over.....you can take a look at it here if you like:

Clear Skies,

Ray "starstuff" Khan

PS I got to thinking about this whole idea, while looking up at the stars last night. The night sky never
fails to create a source of wonder and amazement to myself, and hopefully for you too.