- What's on guide
- Gallery listing
- Nelson, Navy, Nation
- The Great Map
- Contemporary Arts at Royal Museums Greenwich
- Nelson's Ship in a Bottle
- Traders: the East India Company & Asia
- Voyagers: Britons and the sea
- Arctic Convoys
- Compass Lounge
- Astronomy Photographer of the Year
- The Atlantic: Slavery, Trade, Empire
- Future exhibitions
- Past exhibitions
- Planetarium shows
Meet the judging panel for the 2013 competition.
Maggie Aderin-Pocock has worked as a space scientist for the last 10 years she also has a fellowship at UCL, enabling her do the science communication work that she loves which includes live talks and television presenting.
Photograph © Robert Taylor
Chris Bramley is the Editor of Sky at Night Magazine. A journalist for over 10 years, he been with Sky at Night Magazine since it launched in June 2005, where he has forged his passion for astronomy and observing the night sky.
Will Gater is a science writer and astronomy author. He currently works for the BBC’s Sky at Night Magazine and has previously worked for the European Space Agency’s Hubble Space Telescope press office. He blogs regularly about astronomy and astrophotography at: willgater.com
Melanie has been a Picture Editor and Researcher across a wide range of newspapers, magazines and the internet for the last 17 years. She has worked for the BBC, The Financial Times, The Independent, The New York Post, The Guardian and The Times. She is currently Picture Editor on Intelligent Life magazine at The Economist.
Marek Kukula is the Public Astronomer at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. He has 15 years experience of astronomy research, specialising in the study of distant galaxies and supermassive black holes.
Pete Lawrence has nearly 40 years experience as an astronomical observer and is regarded as a world class astrophotographer. Many of his images have been published in books and online. Pete also appears on The Sky at Night.
Chris Lintott is best known as co-presenter of the BBC's long-running The Sky at Night. He is also a researcher at the University of Oxford, where he runs Zooniverse.org, the world's most successful collection of citizen science projects.