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  • Robert Pigram

    Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2012......The winner of the Earth and space category, taken in Nagano, Japan. Orion, Taurus and the Pleiades are the backdrop to an eerie frozen landscape, Photograph: Masahiro Miyasaka.

  • Sputnik Sweetheart

    Orion, Taurus and the Pleaides are seen in the night sky above an icy landscape. This photo, by Japan’s Masahiro Miyasaka, won top honours in the Earth and Space category at the Royal Observatory’s 2012 Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition.

  • Sherry Thompson

    Starry night: ENLARGE! Japanese photographer Masahiro Miyasaka's image - entitled Star Icefall - shows Orion, Taurus & the Pleiades forming the backdrop to an eerie frozen landscape.(a frozen waterfall!) "Star Icefall" was chosen as the winner of the Earth and Space category Read more:

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