воскресенье, 18 сентября 2011 г.

Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011». (The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011")

Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011» 


Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победитель в номинации НАША СОЛНЕЧНАЯ СИСТЕМА и абсолютный победитель – Дэмиен Пич с фотографией Юпитера, Ио и Ганимеда, сентябрь 2010 года. Юпитер снят вместе с двумя из 64 своих лун, на его поверхности видны разноцветные полосы и овалы бурь. Также можно рассмотреть детали на спутниках. Снимки, из которых составлен этот коллаж, были сделаны на Барбадосе, где чистота атмосферы позволяет делать астрономические фотографии высокого качества.
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Фотография из категории НАША СОЛНЕЧНАЯ СИСТЕМА, сделанная Питером Уордом (Австралия) 7 мая 2011 года. Можно разглядеть хромосферу, тонкий слой атмосферы Солнца, благодаря тому, что снимок сделан через специальный фильтр, не пропускающий излучаемый водородом красный свет. Хромосфера состоит из газов, разогретых до температуры 20000 градусов по Цельсию. Плотные сгустки более холодного газа выглядят как темные нити на диске Солнца или красные выпуклости на краях.
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победитель в категории ЗЕМЛЯ И КОСМОС, снимок Тунка Тезеля (Турция). Южная часть Млечного Пути над холмами и верхушками пальм. Снимок сделан недалеко от деревни Онероа на островах Кука, 11 июля 2011 года. Галактика Млечный Путь состоит из сотен миллиардов звезд и имеет форму диска. Южная часть Галактики освещает пылевые облака, которые австралийские аборигены называли «эму в небесах». Панорама составлена из девяти снимков с выдержкой по 30 секунд, а влажность воздуха создала эффект диффузии и особого цвета звезд.
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Снимок Майкла Сидонио (Австралия) из категории ДАЛЬНИЙ КОСМОС, запечатлел Поединок Драконов Ара (туманности NGC 6188 и 6164). Облака фиолетового, зеленого и оранжевого газа и пыли напоминают двух драконов. Эту форму им придало рождение новых звезд, больше и ярче нашего Солнца. Одна из таких звезд видна в нижней левой части снимка между двух облаков газа. Этот снимок показывает место, где образуются звезды. Наше Солнце, скорее всего, сформировалось в подобных условиях около 4,5 млрд. Лет назад.
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»
Победители конкурса «Астрофотограф 2011»


TRANSLATION

Amateur astronomer Damian Peach became the first Briton to receive the title of the best photographer, astronomer, for winning the contest in 2011 Astronomy Photographer of the Year. Exceeding hundreds of photographers from around the globe, the winner received a prize of 1,500 pounds, and his shot was September 9, 2011 placed among other pictures, the winners at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.
Competition in 2011 differed fierce competition, there were many more shots than usual - more than 700 from around the world.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Winner OUR SOLAR SYSTEM and absolute winner - Damien Pietsch with a photo of Jupiter, Io and Ganymede, in September 2010. Jupiter shot with two out of 64 of its moons are visible on the surface of multi-colored stripes and ovals storms. It is also possible to consider the details of the satellites. The images that make up this collage were made in Barbados, where the purity of the atmosphere allows you to make astronomical high quality photos.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Second place in our Solar System took Paul Haes (Australia). The photos were taken with an interval of 40 minutes March 29, 2011 and show the movement of a large storm, called the Dragon Storm, in the upper atmosphere of Saturn. Saturn is famous for its sparkling rings composed of dust particles orbiting in the planet's orbit.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Snapshot Kaksete Dani (Spain) out of our solar system. ISS and space shuttle Endeavour crossed the solar disk May 21, 2011. It is also possible to distinguish the elements of the solar photosphere: a grainy texture, which is the result of boiling gas at 6000 degrees Celsius and a point of low temperature on the left of the ISS. Lowering the temperature in this region due to magnetic activity.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
The picture of George Tarsoudisa (Greece) out of our Solar System, made by February 8, 2011. Lunar Crater Petavius ​​visible in the lower right of the photograph, almost 200 km wide and over 3 km deep, with a central peak, which reaches a height of 2 km from the crater floor. Number of craters on the lunar surface was formed due to collisions with asteroids, meteorites and comets over billions of years of its existence.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Photo from the category of our Solar System, made by Peter Ward (Australia) 7 May 2011. You can see the chromosphere, a thin layer of the solar atmosphere, because the picture was taken through a filter impermeable to hydrogen emitted red light. The chromosphere is made up of gases heated to a temperature of 20 000 degrees Celsius. Dense clusters of cooler gas seen as dark filaments on the solar disk or the red knobs on the edges.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Winner in the category of Earth and Space, a picture Tunka Tezelya (Turkey). The southern part of the Milky Way over the hills and the tops of palm trees. The picture was taken near the village of Oneroa on Cook Islands, July 11, 2011. Milky Way galaxy consists of hundreds of billions of stars and has the shape of the disk. The southern part of the Galaxy illuminates dust cloud that Australian aborigines were called "emu in the sky." Panorama is composed of nine images at a shutter speed of 30 seconds, and humidity has the effect of diffusion and special colors of the stars.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Second place in the category of Earth and space occupied Norwegian Ole Salomonsen with the picture Northern Lights over the lake near Hillesou in Norway, 11 March 2011. Radiance caused by the interaction of Earth's atmosphere and the flow of particles from the sun known as solar wind. Earth's magnetic field pulls the particles toward the poles, and because of this we see the colorful paintings of light.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Snapshot Yorvara Utley Porgerissona from Iceland, the category of Earth and Space. Northern Lights provides a picturesque backdrop for the eruption Eyyafyallayokull. Dark cloud of ash can be seen on the left side of the photo, while hot lava from the volcano follows. In spring 2010, this eruption has created serious obstacles to the roads.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Photo of the Moon, made by Andrew Steele (UK) June 16, 2011. Category Earth and Space. The moon is often a color when it is low on the horizon, as the light passes through Earth's atmosphere. In this photo unusually red full moon rises above the clouds. Being low on the horizon, the moon seems even more because we compare it with objects on the Earth's surface.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Category Earth and Space. The picture of a meteor flying over Glastonbury Tor in Somerset, August 12, 2010, was made by Mike Kempsey (UK). During the annual passage through the Earth's asteroid belt Perseids can be seen 80 meteors per hour. Nevertheless, they are difficult to photograph, and Mike used the continuous shooting to catch this shot.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Winner in the category of deep space, Marco Lorenzi (Italy) with images of the supernova explosion - the death of stars, which occurred 10,000 years ago, many times greater than the Sun in mass and size. Gas visible in the background of stars, has an area of ​​two hundred times greater than the disk of the full moon.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Second place in the category of deep space occupied Edward Henry (USA) with a photograph of spiral galaxies Leo Trio, located at a distance of 35 million light-years, made April 4, 2011. These galaxies like our Milky Way, they have billions of stars and gas tails, where the formation of new stars. The galaxy is located on the left about the same as we see our own galaxy from Earth.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
The picture of Michael Sidon (Australia) out of deep space, sealed the Dragons Duel Ara (nebula NGC 6188 and 6164). Clouds of purple, green and orange of gas and dust reminiscent of two dragons. This form of them gave birth to new stars, larger and brighter the Sun. One of these stars is visible in the bottom left of the picture between the two clouds of gas. This picture shows the place where stars are formed. Our Sun probably formed in similar conditions, about 4.5 billion years ago.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
In the picture from the category of deep space, Rogelio Bernal Andreo made (USA), Orion is visible. Orion stands out from the fainter stars, gas and dust that are not visible to the naked eye. Orion's Belt stretches from left to right, and below it is a cloud of gas where new stars are formed. Most self-control and special filters allowed to photograph the hidden beauty of the familiar constellations.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Planetary Nebula Shapley 1 on the picture of Steve Crouch (Australia) out of deep space. The picture was taken May 28, 2011. If you look at planetary nebulae through small telescopes, they resemble closely the planet's solar system, although in reality are distant gas clouds, formed by the death of stars. The difference in color is caused by the difference in temperature and composition of clouds.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Winner PEOPLE AND SPACE. Stargazing - self-portrait of Jeffrey Sullivan (USA). Photographer silhouette is visible on top of a hill in the Sierra Nevada, but over which spread the Milky Way to the billions of stars. Our star is approximately two-thirds of the distance from the center to the edge of the galaxy, and we see her as a bright band in the sky.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Second place in the category of People and Space: the hunt for the Moon by Jean-Baptiste Feldman (France). The bright crescent - a part of the moon, illuminated by the Sun, visible from Earth in the sky the evening of 6 April 2011. The rest of the lunar surface is also visible, though much less bright, illuminated by the reflected light from Earth. To catch the moon would require a net dlny to 380000 km.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Winner YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER-astronomer - Jatin Premdzhit, India (15) years with the picture of the lunar eclipse on 15 June 2011. The moon is red because it is illuminated by sunlight passed through the filter of the Earth's atmosphere. The photographer managed to capture the event of one second: the appearance of stars from the horizon of the moon.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Second place in the category YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER-astronomer took Nicole Sullivan (USA, 15). Stars over the Sierra Nevadaa June 30, 2011, taken at high shutter speeds, circling around the North Star. Effect is created by Earth's rotation around its axis.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
The picture of the moon Peter Filmana Petersen (UK, 15 years) out-YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER Astron. Crescent Moon was taken March 9, 2011. Like Earth, the Moon is always half illuminated by the sun. The position of the moon, Earth and Sun relative to each other determines how much of the illuminated region of the moon we see.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Photo of Tom Chitsona category YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER, Astron. The picture of the moon in the first quarter made July 8, 2011, and on the surface of visible craters and mountain ranges near the terminator (the boundary of the day and night). The dark areas - the "sea" on the lunar surface, filled with hardened lava billions of years ago. A young photographer took this picture, aligning the camera with the eyepiece telescope.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Photo of categories YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER-astronomer, made by Jessica Keterson (UK, 15 years). Almost full moon rises in the East, 18 December 2010. Although the Moon is best seen in the night sky, it is also visible in the daytime.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Photos from the category of Best New. Grady Hurley (USA) took the zodiacal light in the night sky above an abandoned barn in Comanche, Texas. Zodiacal light - a phenomenon seen only in a very dark sky, resulting from the reflection of sunlight from dust particles in the solar system. Capture it - a great achievement for a beginner astrophotography. Also on the left of the picture shows two satellites.
The winners of the contest "astrophotographer 2011"
Winner in the category of robotic telescopes. Marco Lorenzi snapshot (Italy), where you can see three distant galaxies (among them two elliptical NGC474 and NGC467) in the constellation Pisces. In the top left of the image in an elliptical galaxy can be seen pale branches. The shape of these galaxies may be due to the interaction with the neighboring spiral galaxies, which affect the orbits of the outermost stars.

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