Have you taken an interesting astronomical photo this year? From planets and moons to the Sun, stars and galaxies, we’d like you to send us your images to feature as our Space Science Image of the Week on 31 December.
The ESA Space Science team’s favourite image will take the slot of our weekly image during the week beginning 31 December 2012 as a celebration of the astronomical events of the year gone by. The best of the rest will feature in our dedicated ESA Space Science images Flickr gallery.
During 2012, the sky has staged a series of astronomical theatrics to provide plenty of inspiration for your entry. Perhaps you were lucky enough to observe a solar eclipse, or even the transit of Venus. Maybe you snapped a meteor streaking through the sky, or perhaps you found beauty in the constellations this year. Images of galaxies and nebulae are also welcome
Amateur photographers and astronomers from around the world are encouraged to participate.
Contest Prize & TERMS
The best of the rest will feature in our dedicated ESA Space Science images Flickr gallery.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to All Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: By submitting an image to the competition you confirm that it is your original work produced and processed by you and does not infringe on any other right of a third party
USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting an image you grant ESA the right to use your image on the esa.int web portal, and on ESA social media channels such as Flickr, Facebook and Twitter. The credit line will read: Your Name