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Astronomy Photographer of the Year

  • Art, Photography
  1. Star Trails over Green Lake © Dan Barr
    Star Trails over Green Lake © Dan Barr
  2. IC443 © Patrick Gilliland
    IC443 © Patrick Gilliland
  3. Ascent of Angels © Brad Goldpaint
    Ascent of Angels © Brad Goldpaint
  4. Aurora Panorama 3 © Jan R. Olsen
    Aurora Panorama 3 © Jan R. Olsen
  5. Calm Before the Storm © Julie Fletcher
    Calm Before the Storm © Julie Fletcher
  6. Herschel 36 the Heart of the Lagoon © László Francsics
    Herschel 36 the Heart of the Lagoon © László Francsics
  7. The Edge of Aurora © O Chul Kwon
    The Edge of Aurora © O Chul Kwon
  8. Roseta-NBv5 © Juan Ignacio Jimenez
    Roseta-NBv5 © Juan Ignacio Jimenez
  9. Moon and Antelao © Marcella Giulia Pace
    Moon and Antelao © Marcella Giulia Pace
  10. M42 Subtle V1 Cropped © Patrick Gilliland
    M42 Subtle V1 Cropped © Patrick Gilliland
  11. Full Moon over the Alps © Stefano De Rosa
    Full Moon over the Alps © Stefano De Rosa
  12. Great Nebula in Carina Bi-Colour © Terry Robison
    Great Nebula in Carina Bi-Colour © Terry Robison
  13. Motind © Rune Engebo
    Motind © Rune Engebo
  14. Solar Prominence © Gary Palmer
    Solar Prominence © Gary Palmer
  15. C2014 Q2 Lovejoy © Michael Jaeger
    C2014 Q2 Lovejoy © Michael Jaeger
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Time Out says

Once again you can expect to see remarkable feats of astrophotography at the Astronomy Photographer of the Year exhibition. It’s a chance to see magical views of both our own night sky and of galaxies far, far away. The winning spacey visions come from dozens of professional and amateur snappers in various categories including ‘Planets, Comets and Asteroids’, ‘Stars and Nebulae’, ‘Galaxies’ and ‘Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year’ for under-16s. Soar down to Greenwich to see the winners from 2016's competition on display. 

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