From a Milky Way to a supermoon: Shortlist for a Astronomy Photographer of a Year foe reveals the …
July 26, 2017 - Supermoon
Spectacular images of a Northern Lights, Milky Way and supermoon are among a entries shortlisted for a 2017 Astronomy Photographer of a Year competition.
Photographers have prisoner sights from opposite a solar system, universe and a wider universe; from a apart ice hulk Uranus, a seventh farthest universe from a sun, to an asteroid that shot past a Earth in Oct final year.
More than 3,800 entries were submitted by both professionals and amateurs from 91 countries opposite a world.
A panel, that includes experts from Nasa, BBC’s Sky during Night Magazine and a Royal Observatory Greenwich are judging entries.
The leader will win £10,000 ($13,000) and any leader for a 9 categories, that embody ‘Our Sun’, ‘Skyscapes’ and ‘Young Astronomy Photographer of a Year’, will win £1,500 ($1,950).
The winning photos will be on arrangement from 16 Sep during a Observatory’s Astronomy Centre.