The Astral Crown is a gold crown surmounted with eight low points. The centrals and laterals points are topped with a star, with an unspecified number of points, between two wings.
Its creation became necessary after the founding of the Royal Air Force in the UK, because there was no Roman military award device for Aerial warfare equivalent to the Naval crown for navies and the Camp crown for armies.
An astral crown in the coat of arms of the Chilean Air Force
An aeronautical coronet (Portuguese astral crown) in the coat of arms of the Portuguese Air Force
An astral crown in the emblem of the 1227 (Sidcup) ATC Squadron (RAF)
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- Heraldic Headgear, American Heraldry Society.
- Astral Crown definition. Merrian Webster.
- Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles (1909) A Complete Guide to Heraldry, Chapter XXIII: Crest, Coronets and Chapeaux.
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