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Contest of the best Photos of Astronomy 2013

Greenwich Royal Observatory – the main UK astronomy organization. Has just been declared a list of the most likely contenders to win the contest of the best pictures in astronomy for 2013. Let’s get acquainted with the works up close.

2. Our Milky Way galaxy is in the famous national park California – Yosemite. (Photo by Rogelio Bernal Andreo):

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3. Another arch of the Milky Way. At this time in Derdl-dor. This is a natural limestone rock gates on the Jurassic Coast near West Lulworth in Dorset, England. (Photo by Stephen Banks):

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4. Northern Lights. (Photo by Mike Curry):

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5. Eta Carinae – hypergiants-star in the constellation Carina, one of the largest and most unstable stars known to science. Mass Eta Carinae is 100-150 solar masses, which is close to the theoretical limit, bolometric luminosity – about 5 million solar. (Photo by Michael Sidonio):

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6. Herbig – Haro – these are small areas of the nebulae associated with young stars. They are formed when the gas ejected from these stars, interacts with the surrounding gas and dust clouds at speeds of several hundred kilometers per second. (Photo by Andre van der Hoeven):

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7. Northern Lights and photographers at the edge of the crater. (Photo by James Woodend):

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8. Full Moon over the Alps. Also read the article ” The Other Side of the Moon . ” (Photo by Stefano De Rosa):

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9. The Orion Nebula. “Great Nebula of Orion,” along with “Andromeda”, the Pleiades and the “Magellanic Clouds” is one of the most famous deep-sky objects. (Photo by Nik Szymanek):

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10. Milky Way Galaxy. Our galaxy, which contains the Earth, the solar system and all of the individual stars visible to the naked eye. (Photo by Wayne England):

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