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Ο ήλιος & τα αστέρια - Γαλαξίες & κομήτες: Αυτοί είναι οι νικητές του Αστεροσκοπείου Greenwich για τον διαγωνισμό φωτογραφίας

Οι νικητές διαγωνισμού φωτογραφίας αστρονομίας....

Το Astronomy Photographer of the Year παρουσιάζει την καλύτερη διαστημική φωτογραφία στον κόσμο, από εντυπωσιακά ουράνια τοπία μέχρι εντυπωσιακές εικόνες μακρινών πλανητών και γαλαξιών.

Κάθε χρόνο, φωτογράφοι από όλο τον κόσμο ανταγωνίζονται για να συμμετάσχουν στην τελική έκθεση και να κερδίσουν τον τίτλο κύρους.

Υπάρχουν οκτώ διαφορετικές κατηγορίες για ενήλικες φωτογράφους. 

Συνολικός νικητής αναδείχθηκε ο Τζέραλντ Ρίμαν, χάρη στη φωτογραφία του κομήτη Λέοναρντ που έβγαλε, αναφέρει το rmg.co.uk

Ο εν λόγω κομήτης ανακαλύφθηκε τον Ιανουάριο του 2021 από τον αστρονόμο Γκρεγκ Λέοναρντ και συγκέντρωσε το ενδιαφέρον πολλών αστροφωτογράφων.

Όμως, ήταν ο Τζέραλντ Ρίμαν εκείνος που την ημέρα των Χριστουγέννων τράβηξε μια φωτογραφία η οποία εντυπωσίασε τους κριτές τους διαγωνισμού.  

Δείτε τις φωοτγραφίες που εντυπωσίασαν:

Planets, Comets & Asteroids (overall winner)

Disconnection Event © Gerald Rhemann. Tivoli Southern Sky Guest Farm, Khomas, Namibia, 25 December 2021. Overall winner, APY 14. Category: Planets, Comets & Asteroids. Equipment: ASA 12” Astrograph telescope, ASA DDM 85 mount, ZWO ASI6200MM Pro camera, 1076 mm f/3.6, mosaic of two LRGB composite panels, 400-second exposure per panel.
Disconnection Event © Gerald Rhemann. Tivoli Southern Sky Guest Farm, Khomas, Namibia, 25 December 2021. Overall winner, APY 14. Category: Planets, Comets & Asteroids. Equipment: ASA 12” Astrograph telescope, ASA DDM 85 mount, ZWO ASI6200MM Pro camera, 1076 mm f/3.6, mosaic of two LRGB composite panels, 400-second exposure per panel.

Skyscapes

Stabbing Into the Stars © Zihui Hu. Nyingchi, Tibet, China, 24 December 2021. APY 14 winner, Skycapes. Equipment: Sony ILCE-7R3 camera, Tamron 150–500mm lens, 150mm f/5.6, 75 x 30-second exposures
Stabbing Into the Stars © Zihui Hu. Nyingchi, Tibet, China, 24 December 2021. APY 14 winner, Skyscapes. Equipment: Sony ILCE-7R3 camera, Tamron 150–500mm lens, 150mm f/5.6, 75 x 30-second exposures

People & Space

The International Space Station Transiting Tranquility Base © Andrew McCarthy. Florence, Arizona, USA, 19 January 2022. APY 14 winner, People & Space. Equipment: Celestron C11 and Explore Scientific AR127 telescopes, iOptron CEM70 mount, UV/IR Cut filter, ZWO ASI174MM and Sony A7 II cameras, 2,800 mm f/10, 0.3-millisecond exposure
The International Space Station Transiting Tranquility Base © Andrew McCarthy. Florence, Arizona, USA, 19 January 2022. APY 14 winner, People & Space. Equipment: Celestron C11 and Explore Scientific AR127 telescopes, iOptron CEM70 mount, UV/IR Cut filter, ZWO ASI174MM and Sony A7 II cameras, 2,800 mm f/10, 0.3-millisecond exposure

Aurorae

In the Embrace of a Green Lady © Filip Hrebenda. Hvalnes, Iceland, 10 April 2021. APY 14 winner, Aurorae. Equipment: Sony ILCE-7RM3A camera, 16 mm f/2.8, ISO 2500 Sky: 5-second exposure Foreground: 20-second exposure
In the Embrace of a Green Lady © Filip Hrebenda. Hvalnes, Iceland, 10 April 2021. APY 14 winner, Aurorae. Equipment: Sony ILCE-7RM3A camera, 16 mm f/2.8, ISO 2500 Sky: 5-second exposure Foreground: 20-second exposure

Galaxies

Majestic Sombrero Galaxy © Utkarsh Mishra, Michael Petrasko, Muir Evenden. Pie Town, New Mexico, USA, 5 May 2021. APY 14 winner, Galaxies. Equipment: ATEO 16" f/3.7 Dreamscope Astrograph Newtonian telescope, Paramount ME II mount, Baader LRGB filter, FLI Proline 16803 CCD camera, 1558 mm f/3.7, 56 x 300-second Lum. exposures (10 hours total exposure), 1x1 binning
Majestic Sombrero Galaxy © Utkarsh Mishra, Michael Petrasko, Muir Evenden. Pie Town, New Mexico, USA, 5 May 2021. APY 14 winner, Galaxies. Equipment: ATEO 16" f/3.7 Dreamscope Astrograph Newtonian telescope, Paramount ME II mount, Baader LRGB filter, FLI Proline 16803 CCD camera, 1558 mm f/3.7, 56 x 300-second Lum. exposures (10 hours total exposure), 1x1 binning

Our Moon

Shadow Profile of Plato's East Rim © Martin Lewis. St Albans, Hertfordshire, UK, 20 April 2021. APY 14 winner, Our Moon. Equipment: Home-built 444 mm Dobsonian Newtonian reflector telescope, home-built Equatorial Tracking Platform mount, Astronomik 642nm IR filter lens, ZWO ASI174MM camera, 12.8 m f/29, multiple 29-millisecond exposures
Shadow Profile of Plato's East Rim © Martin Lewis. St Albans, Hertfordshire, UK, 20 April 2021. APY 14 winner, Our Moon. Equipment: Home-built 444 mm Dobsonian Newtonian reflector telescope, home-built Equatorial Tracking Platform mount, Astronomik 642nm IR filter lens, ZWO ASI174MM camera, 12.8 m f/29, multiple 29-millisecond exposures

Our Sun

A Year in the Sun © Soumyadeep Mukherjee. Kolkata, West Bengal, India, 31 December 2021. APY 14 winner, Our Sun. Equipment: Nikon D5600 camera, Sigma 150–600c lens, Thousand Oaks Filter (White-Light), 600 mm f/6.3, ISO 100, 365 individual exposures (1/80-second to 1/500-second)
A Year in the Sun © Soumyadeep Mukherjee. Kolkata, West Bengal, India, 31 December 2021. APY 14 winner, Our Sun. Equipment: Nikon D5600 camera, Sigma 150–600c lens, Thousand Oaks Filter (White-Light), 600 mm f/6.3, ISO 100, 365 individual exposures (1/80-second to 1/500-second)

Stars & Nebulae

The Eye of God © Weitang Liang. Chilescope, Río Hurtado, Coquimbo Region, Chile, 8 August 2021. APY 14 winner, Stars & Nebulae. Equipment: ASA N20 f/3.8 Newtonian telescope, ASA DDM85 mount, FLI Proline 16803 camera, 500 mm f/3.8, 22.5 hours total exposure
The Eye of God © Weitang Liang. Chilescope, Río Hurtado, Coquimbo Region, Chile, 8 August 2021. APY 14 winner, Stars & Nebulae. Equipment: ASA N20 f/3.8 Newtonian telescope, ASA DDM85 mount, FLI Proline 16803 camera, 500 mm f/3.8, 22.5 hours total exposure

Annie Maunder Prize for Digital Innovation

Solar Tree © Pauline Woolley, using open source data from Solar Dynamic Observatory. APY 14 winner, The Annie Maunder Prize for Digital Innovation. Original images from the AIA 0131 Angstrom channel of the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) (1 January 2020 to 1 February 2022). Images inverted then converted to black and white and contrast increased. Warm filter applied to give tree-like feeling.
Solar Tree © Pauline Woolley, using open source data from Solar Dynamic Observatory. APY 14 winner, The Annie Maunder Prize for Digital Innovation. Original images from the AIA 0131 Angstrom channel of the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) (1 January 2020 to 1 February 2022). Images inverted then converted to black and white and contrast increased. Warm filter applied to give tree-like feeling.

Sir Patrick Moore Prize for Best Newcomer

The Milky Way bridge across big snowy mountains © Lun Deng. Sichuan China, 21 February 2021. APY 14 winner, Sir Patrick Moore Prize for Best Newcomer. Equipment: Nikon D810 camera, 35 mm f/1.6, ISO 2000, multiple 30-second exposures.
The Milky Way bridge across big snowy mountains © Lun Deng. Sichuan China, 21 February 2021. APY 14 winner, Sir Patrick Moore Prize for Best Newcomer. Equipment: Nikon D810 camera, 35 mm f/1.6, ISO 2000, multiple 30-second exposures.

Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year

Andromeda Galaxy, The Neighbour © Yang Hanwen, Zhou Zezhen. Heishicheng, Kangding, Sichuan, China, 21 February 2021. APY 14 winner, Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year. Equipment: SkyWatcher 150/750P telescope, iOptron CEM70 mount, Antlia LRGB, HYO H-alpha filter, ZWO ASI294MM Pro camera, 750 mm f/5, 17 hours total exposure
Andromeda Galaxy, The Neighbour © Yang Hanwen, Zhou Zezhen. Heishicheng, Kangding, Sichuan, China, 21 February 2021. APY 14 winner, Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year. Equipment: SkyWatcher 150/750P telescope, iOptron CEM70 mount, Antlia LRGB, HYO H-alpha filter, ZWO ASI294MM Pro camera, 750 mm f/5, 17 hours total exposure

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