Partial lunar eclipse taken on May 15-16, 2022 by Jim Stacey | SkyNews
Nearing the total lunar eclipse, by Jim Stacey

Jim Stacey’s eerie partial lunar eclipse frame, taken in mid-May, received the Photo of the Week title on June 4, 2022.

Third quarter Moon on September 17, 2022 | SkyNews
This Week’s Sky: September 12 to 18, 2022

Our Solar System’s distant gas giants Uranus and Neptune are the stars of the early week.

The 2022 SkyNews Photo of the Year winner, HFG1 and Abell 6, Dan Kusz | SkyNews
Photo of the Week contest winners: 2022

Chosen by our panel of judges, here are the 2021-22 winners of our Photo of the Week contest.

Messier 51 by Ian Barredo
2022 SkyNews Readers’ Choice Award voting

Voting for the 2022 SkyNews Readers Choice Award will be open July 5-12, 2022.

Watch the eighth session of Subs and Stars, an eight-part instructional online series that teaches people how astrophotos are built and edited. | SkyNews
Watch Subs and Stars: Lesson 8

Watch the eighth — and last! — session of Subs and Stars, an eight-part instructional online series that teaches people how astrophotos are built and edited.

Stuart Heggie produced this example image of Messier 13 using the RASC Robotic Telescope data provided in this contest. | SkyNews
SkyNews image editing contest: May 2022

Two for one! Download our free data of globular clusters Messier 3 and Messier 13 and create your own version of the Universe

Northern Lights from the Yukon, Canada. | SkyNews
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Subs and Stars, Lesson 6. | SkyNews
Watch Subs and Stars: Lesson 7

Watch the seventh session of Subs and Stars, an eight-part instructional online series that teaches people how astrophotos are built and edited.

Stuart Heggie produced this example image of Messier 106 using the RASC Robotic Telescope data provided in this contest. | SkyNews
SkyNews image editing contest: March/April 2022

Download our free data of the spiral galaxy Messier 106 and create your own version of the Universe.

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