Here's the home of 2017's 'Image of the Month' pictures. Enjoy!
Image of the Month for December 2017: Orion's Sword
M42, the Great Nebula in Orion, together with de Mairan's Nebula and the Running Man Nebula.
Image of the Month for November 2017: Copernicus Crater
The crater Copernicus, named for the astronomer who set the sun at the centre of the solar system. It has three central peaks, clearly distinguished in this image.
Image of the Month for October 2017: Andromeda Widefield
Image of the Month for September 2017: The Sadr Region
Image of the Month for August 2017: The Bubble Nebula
This image combines one-shot colour with an astro-modded DSLR from 2016 with narrowband Hydrogen Alpha (Ha) from 2017.
Image of the Month for July 2017: Saturn
The challenge this year is that from the UK Saturn is approaching its lowest elevation for the next thirty-two years. Next year it will be slightly lower again, and it will be around 2021 before it rises high enough to make imaging easier.
Image of the Month for June 2017: Jupiter, Io and Europa
Image of the Month for May 2017: M86 Galaxy and Markarian's Chain
Image of the Month for April 2017: M51 The Whirlpool Nebula
Image of the Month for March 2017: The Rosette Nebula
Image of the Month for February 2017:The Flaming Star Nebula
Image of the Month for January 2017: The Jellyfish Nebula, a supernova remnant in Gemini.