London showcase of the Year’s Best Astronomy Photographs


Everyone enjoys photography exhibits.

But have you ever thought of going to a showcase of photos taken in Space? This is your chance!

The world-famous Greenwich Observatory presents an exhibition of the year’s best astronomy photographs.

Magical images of the heavens, with their distant stars and galaxies, were selected from 4,500 entries from 80 countries. This initial batch was whittled down to 140 finalists, with 31 winners chosen to have their images showcased in the Observatory, with free entry to the public.

An inspiring artistic spectacle to stimulate the senses and make us reflect about the beauty and vastness of the Universe, which unites us all!


What: Astronomy Photographer of the Year Exhibition

When: 17 to 23 December

Where: Royal Observatory – Blackheath Avenue, London SE10 8XJ



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