• mahabis visuals // breathtaking views of the universe

 

In light of the announcement of this years winners of Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 competition, a fascinating exhibition held at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, we thought we'd share some of our favourite images from this years winners and runners-up. 

From China to Norway, the exhibition features work by photographers from all over the world, all capturing the incredible nature of the universe that we live in but do not see. 

Sit back, relax and take in these stunning images of the moon, galaxies, aurorae, and more.

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography

photo: Black and White Aurora - Kolbein Svensson

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography
photo: Twilight Aurora - György Soponyai

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography

photo - The Rainbow Star - Steve Brown

 

mahabis guide // astronomy exhibition
photo: M94 Deep Space Halo - Nicolas Outters

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography
photo: Binary Haze - Ainsley Bennett

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography

photo: Baily's Beads - Yu Jun 

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography
photo: Maurolycus to Moretus - Jordi Delpeix Borrell

 

mahabis guide // insight astronomy photography

photo: Man on the Moon - Dani Caxete

 

mahabis guide // insight astronomy photography

photo: Antlia Galaxy Cluster Extreme Deep Field, 152 Hours - Rolf Wahl Olsen

 

The exhibition runs until June 2017 so why not head to the Astronomy Centre to see more breathtaking photography, or, if you're interested in entering next years competition, find out more here.

 

If you enjoyed reading our post, feel free to share via our ready-to-go tweet link. 

 

mahabis visuals // breathtaking views of the universe

 

In light of the announcement of this years winners of Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 competition, a fascinating exhibition held at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, we thought we'd share some of our favourite images from this years winners and runners-up. 

From China to Norway, the exhibition features work by photographers from all over the world, all capturing the incredible nature of the universe that we live in but do not see. 

Sit back, relax and take in these stunning images of the moon, galaxies, aurorae, and more.

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography

photo: Black and White Aurora - Kolbein Svensson

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography
photo: Twilight Aurora - György Soponyai

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography

photo - The Rainbow Star - Steve Brown

 

mahabis guide // astronomy exhibition
photo: M94 Deep Space Halo - Nicolas Outters

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography
photo: Binary Haze - Ainsley Bennett

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography

photo: Baily's Beads - Yu Jun 

 

mahabis guide // astronomy photography
photo: Maurolycus to Moretus - Jordi Delpeix Borrell

 

mahabis guide // insight astronomy photography

photo: Man on the Moon - Dani Caxete

 

mahabis guide // insight astronomy photography

photo: Antlia Galaxy Cluster Extreme Deep Field, 152 Hours - Rolf Wahl Olsen

 

The exhibition runs until June 2017 so why not head to the Astronomy Centre to see more breathtaking photography, or, if you're interested in entering next years competition, find out more here.

 

If you enjoyed reading our post, feel free to share via our ready-to-go tweet link. 

 

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