Your Instagram image of the latest solar eclipse ain't got nothing on these award-winning space photos. But then again, you're probably not a professional photographer with professional equipment, so rest easy.
The winners of the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year awards were recently announced, and for those who don't keep track of the Royal Observatory of Greenwich's annual happenings, this is a contest put on by an English observatory in which a panel of distinguished judges evaluate astronomy photography of amateur and professional photographers from around the globe. Winners take home $3,780 in prize money (£2,500), and are displayed in an exhibition. Take our word for it: it's prestigious.
This year's overall winner was a Frenchman by the name of Luc Jamet, whose image of a total eclipse beat out 2,700 applicants. That's a real total eclipse of the competition. Because puns are funny sometimes.
Though Jamet claimed the top prize, winners were also chosen in 11 additional categories and they're all pretty spectacular. Take a look.