Blog

Meet the judges – Jon Culshaw

Ahead of the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year winners announcement on 17 September, we’re catching up with the competition judges. We talked to them about the competition and why they want to be involved.  Jon Culshaw Jon Culshaw is a comedian, impersonator and a regular guest on The Sky at…

Astronomy Photographer of the Year – Aurorae

This year’s Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition is bigger then ever before with a host of new prizes. We’ll spend the next few weeks introducing you to each category before the winners are announced on 17 September.  Aurorae Auroral activity is the focus of this category, a subject…

Meet the judges – Ed Robinson

Ahead of the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year winners announcement on 17 September, we’re catching up with the competition judges. We talked to them about the competition and why they want to be involved.    Ed Robinson Ed Robinson is an award winning Photographer, Director, Creative Director and Visual Consultant….

The Prime Meridian is unmoved

This article was written by Rob Edwards, Head of Science Learning at the Royal Observatory Greenwich. In August 2015 a paper was published by scientists in the US explaining why the Prime Meridian at the Royal Observatory Greenwich is 102 metres to the west of the prime meridian used by…