This is the People's Choice for Astronomy Photographer of the Year
6 days ago - By Peta Pixel
The Royal Museums Greenwich hosts an annual competition for the best astronomy photos of the year and as a reminder that the deadline for the 2021 competition is fast closing, the organization has announced the people's choice winner from the 2020 competition .
The annual Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition is operated by the Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine. The overall winner in this year's competition is set to take home the top prize of £10,000 and see their image take a primary placement in the accompanying exhibition which opens at...
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