Astronomical imaging is one of the main tasks at the University of Athens Observatory. Photometric study of variable stars is obtained through field imaging and aperture photometry. However, various astronomical photographs were taken for educational purposes, or during public events. This link provides a sample of these photographs, as well as other related images, related to the UOAO in general. The list on the right side of this page provides a range of photographic themes and classifies the images accordingly.

The most recent photographic achievement includes the lunar surface when the Moon was 24-day old on Monday morning, 13 November 2017.

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