Astronomy Photographer Of The Year 2023 now is over!
The Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2023, annual astronomy photography competition, the world’s best space photography organized by Royal Museums Greenwich has been recently open for entries inviting everyone world wide to participate with they best shots.
The Astronomy Photographer Of The Year 2023 competition is now open for entries!
Astronomy Photographer of the Year is an annual astronomy photography competition, organized by the Royal Museums Greenwich, showcasing the world’s best space photography, from spectacular skyscapes to mind-blowing images of distant planets and galaxies.
Every year, photographers from across the globe compete to be part of the final exhibition and take home the prestigious title.
There are eight different categories for adult photographers (adult entrants must be aged 16 or over):
➜ Our Moon
➜ Our Sun
➜ People and Space
➜ Planets, Comets and Asteroids
➜ Stars and Nebulae
There are no separate categories in the Young competition (young entrants must be aged 15 or under). Entries may feature any astronomical subject.
Photographers of all skill levels are invited to submit up to 10 images to the competition.
Winners will be announced at the online Awards Ceremony in September.
Astronomy Photographer of the Year is open to anyone worldwide. The Adult competition is open to anyone aged 16 and over, and the Young competition is open to anyone under 16.
This winner receives 10,000 GBP and the title of Astronomy Photographer of the Year. The judges will award two Special Prizes as well: the Sir Patrick Moore Prize for Best Newcomer and the Annie Maunder Prize for Image Innovation. Both winners will receive 750 GBP.
There is a £10 fee per entrant to enter the competition, covering up to 10 images. The Young Competition and Special Prizes are exempt from this fee.