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Iran mosque architecture photography Mohammad Domiri

Nasir Al Mulk mosque, Shiraz, Iran: the mosque welcomes a rainbow of colors when light shines through the stained glasses on the windows - 1 l Photo Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji

'Highly commended' in the youth category. Northern Lights came on a rare visit English over the sky at Cresswell Beach in northeast England. The young photographer spotted the light from the window of his room and persuaded his mother to take him to the beach - away from city light pollution. Photo: Jonathan Farooqi.

'Highly commended' in the youth category. Northern Lights came on a rare visit English over the sky at Cresswell Beach in northeast England. The young photographer spotted the light from the window of his room and persuaded his mother to take him to the beach - away from city light pollution. Photo: Jonathan Farooqi.

Winner in polarlight category. Photo: György Soponyai.

Spectacular views of the universe have been unveiled at the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 awards ceremony, held at the Royal Greenwich Observatory

'Runner-up' in stars and nebulae category that includes images of objects deep inside the Milky Way, such as stars, star clusters and debris from supernovae. Photo: Pavel Pech.

Runner Up, Stars & Nebulae: Perseus Molecular Cloud, Pavel Pech The winners of the annual Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year have been announced. From eerie eclipses through to battered lunar landscapes, these images are an absolute treat.

Winner of the galaxy category. The photo shows the distant spiral galaxy Messier 94, which was discovered way back in 1781. Photo: Nicolas Outters.

Winner of the galaxy category. The photo shows the distant spiral galaxy Messier which was discovered way back in Photo: Nicolas Outters.

Winner Moon category. A great close up of the moon's rugged and crater-infested surface gossip about the past meteor- and asteroid impacts. Photo: Jordi Delpeix Borrell.

Winner of Our Moon: From Maurolycus to Moretus, Jordi Delpeix Borrell; An incredibly close-up view of the battered lunar landscape littered with craters forged by impacts from meteors and asteroids.

Winner of 'Scyscapes category'. A misty October morning on the British Isle of Weight. The blurry weather helps to reinforce the brightness of Venus and the Moon, causing them to appear as glowing fireballs of morning mist. Photo: Ainsley Bennett.

Vencedor da categoria Céu: Binary Haze, Ainsley Bennett – Uma manhã nebulosa na…

The winning image in the category 'Young Astronomer of the Year' was this that manage to go near the moon's harsh and detailed surface in a way we rarely see in conventional photos of our natural satellite. Photo: Brendan Devine.

Young Photogapher (Under Category Winner: Lunar Reversal, Brendan Devine

Above is the winner of the 'People and Space category', which includes images of the night sky with people or man-made objects. On the winning photo seasoned sky star trails with light pollution from neon signs and colored lights in bustling Quarry Bay in Hong Kong. Photo: Wing Ka Ho.

Just Missed the Bullseye Scott Carnie-Bronca (Australia) The International Space Station (ISS) appears to pierce a path across the radiant, concentric star trails seemingly spinning over the silhouettes of the trees in Harrogate, South Australia.

Above is the winner of the 'People and Space category', which includes images of the night sky with people or man-made objects. On the winning photo seasoned sky star trails with light pollution from neon signs and colored lights in bustling Quarry Bay in Hong Kong. Photo: Wing Ka Ho.

Light trails of stars passing over Hong Kong's tightly packed streets by photographer Wing Ka Ho. Found at RGO's Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 competition, winning on category People and Space (via).

This image was named 'Runner-up' in the so-called 'Our Sun-category', which includes images of the sun, eclipses or passenger. The image is a composite of 12 different pictures of the eclipse March 9, 2016 as seen from Tidore Island in eastern Indonesia. Photo: Catalin Beldea and Alson Wong.

Runner Up, Our Sun: Sun Flower Corona, Catalin Beldea and Alson Wong The winners of the annual Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year have been announced. From eerie eclipses through to battered lunar landscapes, these images are an absolute treat.

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