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Going through last nights images I found this meteor, the first I've captured on camera for a long time.  Nothing special, wouldn't even be seen with the naked eye, but may leave in the final image if

That's a nice meteor.


According to the law of averages, if you take enough photos, you will catch a meteor sooner or later. I had a go tonight, taking 399 frames at 16mm focal length, ISO 6400 and 6 seconds exposure. This is higher ISO and shorter exposure than I would use for constellations.

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