Lyrid Capture

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    The one, single Lyrid meteor I captured within two hours of exposures. This one was fairly bright and the only meteor Is aw visually during my two-hour observing session.

    - Nikon D7000
    - Sigma 10-20mm HSM EXII set to 11mm
    - 30 second exposure
    - ISO 800
    - F4.2

    This photo was published in the Los Angeles Times:

    www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-lyrids-met...

    1. Starman_1969 24 months ago | reply

      Great capture. I saw one last night. It was like a fireball, and one of the best meteors I've seen.
      I think I captured one with a fisheye lens.

    2. Phil Ostroff 24 months ago | reply

      Cheers, Stephen. I liked your capture as well. Quiet display for us despite the New Moon. Here's to the next shower.

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