Perseid meteor in the middle of Pegasus square   5568
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1 Glow from Bergen op Zoom 35 km
2 Andromeda galaxy
3 Andromeda
4 Algenib
5 Perseid meteor
6 Pegasus
7 Glow from Port of Antwerp 30-35 km
8 Markab
9 Pisces
10 Antwerp city
11 Homam
12 Aquarius
13 Glow from Sint-Niklaas city 25 km
14 Nashira
15 Glow from Brussels
16 Capricorn
17 Algedi
18 Saturn
19 Jupiter
20 Teapot stars
21 Sagittarius

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Location: Terneuzen, Waterfront (66 m)      by: Mentor Depret
Area: Netherlands      Date: 2020 08 18 23:06 CEST
While shooting the starry sky with Saturn and Jupiter, all of the sudden a Perseid meteor entered the scene right in the middle of the Pegasus square. Constellations from left to right: Andromeda, Pegasus, Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, Sagittarius. Planets Saturn and Jupiter at right near the Teapot stars of Sagittarius. Mars was just above the horizon in the east but still in the glow of the Port of Antwerp and therefore not visible on this pano.

If you want a lay-out with the constellation lines, I will do but I am getting tired with the poor quality of the 500 pixel skies that need a lot of height to shine.

Canon Eos M6 with EF-M 11-22 mm, 12 p Raw, 15 mm (24 mm KB), iso 400, f 5.3, 15 s, 3400 °K, PtguiPro 10535x3598 downsized >1799>1000>500 189 KB JPEG

Comments

Very nice and interesting, and well done of course.
2020/09/10 08:25 , Jens Vischer
What a lucky occasion! 
Ciao, Alvise
2020/09/11 09:48 , Alvise Bonaldo
Ein Wunder, dass bei der Lichtverschmutzung überhaupt Sterne zu sehen sind.
Ich hoffe, du hast wir was gewünscht, und der Wunsch ist in Erfüllung gegangen.
2020/09/11 13:28 , Dieter Leimkötter
Lucky you ! my camera was working 1,5h continuos during the peak of the shower and caught just 7 bright stones with 24mm focal length.
2020/09/12 13:55 , Steffen Minack
Indeed a spectacular moment and very well captured - congrats, Mentor !!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2020/09/13 20:37 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle

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