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Astronomy Photographer of the Year - the winning images revealed
This year’s Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition received more than 2,700 entries covering 60 countries, making the judges’ work more difficult than ever. Here we present the winning images in all their glory, along with a selection of shortlisted images that didn't quite make the final cut. All the winning images, including the runners up and those that came highly commended, are available to view in this month's BBC Sky at Night Magazine.
View our gallery of the newest images of Pluto and Charon released by NASA
Pluto's terrain is revealed in greater clarity than ever before in these latest images sent back to Earth by New Horizons.
The Insight Astronomer Photographer of the Year will be decided next week
The impressionist will help decide Insight's Astronomy Photographer of the Year
The Hubble Space Telescope has been in orbit for a quarter century
The Hubble Space Telescope has been in orbit for a quarter century
Pictures from our viewing party in Castle Park, Bristol
BBC Sky at Night Magazine, Bristol Astronomomy Society and @Bristol's viewing party in Castle Park, Bristol
Solar eclipse gallery
Stunning images of solar eclipses, captured by professional astronomers around the world
There is currently an enormous active region on the surface of our star. AR2192 is the biggest sunspot of the current solar cycle that started in 2008, and the largest sunspot group since 1990.
BBC Sky at Night Magazine headed to Runcorn for a weekend of astronomy fun
Take some inspiration from our gallery of past ESA space patches
Browse a selection of images from a pair of vintage Fullerscopes catalogues dating back to the late 1970s.
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