Despite uncooperative weather, Phillppe Moussette managed to capture the Transit of Mercury in this composite image.
It took 21 hours of shooting to capture this beautifully balanced photograph of Pacman Nebula. Photographer Ian Barredo explains.
The composition of stars and whisper-like gases and dust scored top marks with judges this week.
A daylight phenomenon, spontaneously captured on a smartphone, is the week’s winner.
Big things are possible with smaller scopes.
This week’s winner is Joe Bonner with his shot of the Milky Way over trees, taken at Lac Cayamant, Quebec, in August 2019.
A two-tile mosaic of the Heart Nebula in Cassiopeia wins Photo of the Week.
A vivid portrait of Crooked Bush frames the Saskatchewan night sky.
Cygnus, the Swan, flies high overhead in this Photo of the Week.