This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Nov 17, 2011Astronomy Photography Of 2011Here are the winning photos for the Royal Observatory Greenwich's third annual Astronomy Photography competition.by TxBlackLabelCommunity ContributorLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail Flickr: damianpeach / Via nmm.ac.uk Overall winner - Damian Peach (UK) Jupiter with lo and GanymedeThis photograph was taken as part of a long series of images taken over a three-week period from the island of Barbados in the Caribbean. View this video on Vimeo Via Flickr: ttezel Earth & Space Winner - Tunç Tezel (Turkey)When I traveled to see the total solar eclipse of 11 July 2010, I stayed in Oneroa village on the west coast of Mangaia, Cook Islands. This is how the sky looked from a relatively open area just outside Oneroa village Via Flickr: 59186209@N04 Deep Space Winner - Marco Lorenzi (Italy)I’ve always been inspired by supernova remnants, in particular by their reach and their different compositions. After all, several of the building bricks of life are created during these apocalyptic events. Via nmm.ac.uk Young astronomy winner - Jathin Premjith (India), age 15I was always fascinated by the coppery-red colour of the Moon during the total lunar eclipse. Also it was interesting to note that not all lunar eclipses are the same, as the colour can change from light red to dark red depending on the position of the Moon and the amount of dust or pollution in the atmosphere at that time.