Stunning photos of the sky at night

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This picture of the night's sky was taken by Scott Carnie-Bronca in South AustraliaScott Carnie-Bronca
This picture of the night's sky was taken by Scott Carnie-Bronca in Australia.

The winners have been announced in the 2015 Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, with fifteen-year-old George Martin from Leicestershire winning the prize for Young Photographer with his photo of a comet.

Philippe Rowland, 7, was highly commended for his photo of the solar eclipse that plunged Britain into darkness in March.

The photos will all be on display at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London until next year.

George Martin won the Young Photographer of the Year with this photo of Comet Lovejoy taken in Market Harborough in LeicestershireGeorge Martin
George Martin won the Young Photographer of the Year with this photo of Comet Lovejoy taken in Market Harborough in Leicestershire.
Seven-year-old Philippe Rowland took this photo of the total solar eclipse from a plane above the Faroe Islands. He took the snap on his tablet.Philippe Rowland
Seven-year-old Philippe Rowland took this photo of the total solar eclipse from a plane above the Faroe Islands. He took the snap on his tablet.
Ethan Chappel was also Highly Commended for this close-up of the surface of the moonEthan Chappel
Ethan Chappel was praised for this close-up of the surface of the moon.
Ethan Chappel took this photo of Jupiter and its moons in Texas, USAEthan Chappel
Ethan Chappel from Texas in the USA was also named runner up for this photo of Jupiter and its moons.