Astronomy Photographer of the Year

3 May – 1 September 2019

Free entry

About the exhibition

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Explore our awe-inspiring universe through spectacular photography from around the world at the World Museum. 

The stunning Astronomy Photographer of the Year exhibition, featuring images from The Royal Observatory Greenwich’s hugely popular ‘Astronomy Photographer of the Year’ competition, celebrates the very best in astrophotography as judged by a  panel of experts in the worlds of art and astronomy.

From distant galaxies to magnificent skyscapes, mysterious aurorae to distant planets, comets and asteroids – see the universe come to life. 

And with so many startling and beautiful images on display there’s something for everyone, whether you enjoy photography, stargazing or simply marvelling at the beauty of the natural world. 

Image: Magic ©  Jingyi Zhang

 

 

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World Museum
William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN

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"Out of this world!"

- Daily Mirror

“What a stunning, calming exhibition… I feel simultaneously inspired and insignificant"

“One of the most amazing photography exhibitions I have ever seen”

“This has to be seen in person!”

-Visitor comments

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