The world’s most famous competition for cosmic images has revealed its shortlist – and it’s full of admiration.
From the moon and eclipse to comets and the northern lights, this year’s brief images Astronomy Photographer of the Year Captured from over 3,000 entries from amateur and professional photographers in 67 countries.
Organized by the Royal Greenwich Observatory, London and sponsored by Liberty Specialty Markets and in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine, this 14th annual competition will announce the winners on 15 September 2022.
Comet Leonard of Namibia
Northern Lights Reflections from Alberta
Harvest Moon Behind Glastonbury Tor
Partial solar eclipse over Italy
Jovian family from Chile
Moonrise over Los Angeles
The winning photos will be shown in an exhibition at the National Maritime Museum starting Saturday, September 17th along with a selection of exceptional short photos.
I wish you a clear sky and wide eyes.