An image of the Whale Galaxy in LRGB, by Ryan Fraser. | SkyNews
Whale Galaxy by Ryan Fraser

Ryan Fraser’s image of the Whale Galaxy topped the sea of entries, winning Photo of the Week on April 16, 2021.

Composite image showing the orbital movement of Sirius B spanning a 9 year period, from 2012 to 2021. | Astrophotography | SkyNews
Orbit of Sirius B by André Montambault

The Photo of the Week winner on April 9, 2021 is a composite image showing the orbital movement of Sirius B over nine years by André Montambault.

The northern lights over a ghost town in Saskatchewan, by Dale Boan. | SkyNews
Ghost town northern lights by Dale Boan

Dale Boan’s picture of the northern lights, taken from a ghost town in Saskatchewan, won Photo of the Week on April 2, 2021.

Horsehead and Orion Nebulae by Adriano Almeida. | Astrophoto Canada | SkyNews
Horsehead and Orion Nebulae by Adriano Almeida

Adriano Almeida’s image of the Horsehead and Orion Nebulae was named our Photo of the Week on March 26, 2021.

Pacman Nebula by Dan Kusz. | Astrophoto Canada | SkyNews
Pacman Nebula by Dan Kusz

Dan Kusz’s bright and clear image of the Pacman Nebula won our Photo of the Week on March 19, 2021.

Rosette Nebula by Martin Desrochers. | Astrophoto Canada | SkyNews
Rosette Nebula by Martin Desrochers

Martin Desrochers’ beautiful image of the Rosette Nebula won the Photo of the Week on March 12, 2021.

The Rosette Nebula by Norman Hey. | Astrophotography | Astrophoto Canada | SkyNews
Rosette Nebula by Norman Hey

Norman Hey wins the Photo of the Week for March 5, 2021, with his mosaic of the Rosette Nebula.

IC 434 and NGC 2024, the Horsehead Nebula and the Flame Nebula, by Andrew Lesser. | SkyNews
Horsehead and Flame Nebulae by Andrew Lesser

Andrew Lesser’s image of the Horsehead and Flame Nebula wins Photo of the Week on February 26, 2021.

An image of the Rosette Nebula taken by Paul Owen. | Astrophotography Canada | SkyNews
Rosette Nebula by Paul Owen

This sparkling image by Paul Owen of the Rosette Nebula is our Photo of the Week for February 19, 2021.

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