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Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest from from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine: My Favorite Entries Thus Far.

"Occultation of Jupiter" Photograph Credit: Sebastián Guillermaz

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contestant from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine - Occultation of Jupiter, photograph contest entry by Sebastián Guillermaz; click for a larger file of this cool photography contest entry.

This cool photo shows a giant looking full moon during the daytime. My favorite entry to the Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine thus far. Winner to be announced late summer 2014.



"Celestial Dance" Photograph Credit: Dr Caluse Possberg

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contestant from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine - Celestial Dance, photograph contest entry by Dr Caluse Possberg; click for a larger file of this spetacular photography contest entry.

This breathtaking photo shows the aurora borealis (or the northern lights) over a Norwegian Fjord. One of my favorite entries to the Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine thus far. Winner the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 to be announced late summer The vibrant colors are produced at various altitudes by different atmospheric gases in collision with solar wind and magnetospheric charged particles creating this spectacular imagery.



"Creature" Photograph Credit: by Ole Christian Salomonsen

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contestant from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine titled Creature a photograph entry by Ole Christian Salomonsen from Norway; click for a larger file of this spetacular photography contest entry.

“Creature” photograph contestant credit Ole Christian Salomonsen (Norway). Amazing contest entry taken on 30 October 2013 when a CME (coronal mass ejection) hit Earth, displaying multi-colored auroras across the sky for most of the night in Kattfjordeidet, Tromsø, Norway. The birch trees silhouetted in the night sky branches like arms reaching for the auroral corona appearing like a strange creature in the sky.




"Stargazing at Malin Head" Photograph Credit: Martina Gardiner

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contestant from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine - breathtaking photo shows the stary skys over Malin Head by Martina Gardiner, spectacular imagery from northern Ireland; click for a larger file of this beautiful photography contest entry.

This breathtaking photo shows the starry sky over Malin Head, spectacular imagery from northern Ireland. "The Milky Way and zodiacal light at Banba's Crown, Malin Head - Ireland's most northerly point. This shot was taken an hour before moonrise. Looking westwards across the Atlantic Ocean there is no other light source except strong zodiacal light which backlighting the scene wonderfully. This photo is a panorama comprising five portrait shots." Martina Gardiner





"Storm Force Aurora at Dunluce Castle " Photograph Credit:
Martina Gardiner.

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contestant from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine - storm force aurora borealis (or the northern lights) at Dunluce Castle bright red, pink and orange colored lights dancing in the sky behind Dunluce Castle; click for a larger file of this beautiful photography contest entry

Storm Force Aurora Borealis (northern lights) at Ireland's Dunluce Castle by Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest entry by Martina Gardiner, who writes: "My wonderful view of Dunluce Castle, County Antrim during the intense aurora storm of February 27, 2014. This photo was taken early evening at the height of the storm. It was possible to see the colored lights dancing in the sky. It's first time I've seen reds and pinks in the skies over Ireland." Martina Gardiner



"The Jellyfish Nebula" Photograph Credit: Bob Franke

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contestant from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine - The Jellyfish Nebula, photograph contest entry by Bob Franke; click for a larger file of this beautiful astronomy photograph.

IC 443 - The Jellyfish Nebula Photograph: "The image uses the Hubble Palette. The SII data (sulfur) are mapped to the red channel, the Ha (hydrogen) to the green and the 0III (oxygen) data are mapped to the blue channel. IC 443, the Jellyfish Nebula, is a Galactic supernova remnant, in the constellation Gemini that occurred 8,000 years ago. IC 443 spans about 65 light-years at an estimated distance of 5,000 light-years." Bob Franke




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Summary Conclusion: Title: Astronomy Photos: My Favorite Early Entry Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest from Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine | The most beautiful astronomy photos so far. Description: Who will be the Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest sponsored by the Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine? Check out these entries in my opinion the most beautiful astronomy photos entered so far. Winner to be announced later this summer. Catagories: photography contest astronomy photographs stars space photos pictures pics astronomy photographer of the year contest Royal Observatory Greenwich BBC Sky at Night Magazine articles amature photographer award winning aurora borealis northern lights Tags: astronomy photographs photos pictures pics astronomy photographer of the year contest Royal Observatory Greenwich BBC Sky at Night Magazine amature award winning aurora borealis northern lights


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