With Comet ISON gone, we’ve modified our photo contest rules: send us your pictures of the night sky stars! (planets! galaxies! the Moon! anything!) and you could be eligible to win up to $125 worth of astronomy books of your choice!
And if you’ve got them, send us your photos of Comet ISON
Guidelines for submissions: Contestants can submit up to 3 images. Images should be in jpeg, tiff, or gif format. Please include how you’d like your name to appear, and equipment or software used.
Deadline for submissions is December 31, 2013
Send submissions to Rachel Ewen at firstname.lastname@example.org
By submitting your photos, you grant permission for them to be posted on the Cambridge University Press blog, Facebook, and Pinterest pages.
The winner will be contacted by email after the competition closes.
The winner will receive $125 worth of Cambridge astronomy books.
Happy sky-hunting! We look forward to your entries!
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