Stunning solar eclipse photo wins Astronomy Photographer of the Year

Royal Observatory Greenwich Astronomy competition
(Image credit: Jeffrey Lovelace / Royal Observatory Greenwich)

The winners of the biggest annual competition for astrophotographers has been announced.

The Royal Observatory Greenwich's Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition is in its thirteenth year. It showcases the world's best space photography, from mesmerizsing images of distant planets to powerful stellar skyscapes. This year the contest received over 4,500 entries from 75 countries.

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