As one of the world’s most authoritative astrophotography competitions, the APOY (Astronomy Photographer of the Year) hosted by Royal Museums Greenwich for the past 13 years attracts more than 4,5000 images of Aurora, nebula, and other galactic shots from a large number of astrophotographers of 75 countries all over the world, it’s the dream of every astrophotographer to win a prize in APOY (Astronomy Photographer of the Year). Source
“The Magnetic Field of our Active Sun” captured by Andrew McCarthy.
“Harmony” captured by Stefan Liebermann
“Iceland Vortex” captured by Larryn Rae
“Alien Throne” captured by Marcin Zajac
“California Dreamin’ NGC 1499” captured by Terry Hancock
“Milky Way rising over Durdle Door” taken by Anthony Sullivan
“Break of a New Day” taken by Nicholas Roemmelt