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davenn

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Are you going to post the photos to the forum? It'd be interesting to see.

here ya go
it was the best one captured by the camera .....
it was travelling right to left, below Orion and towards Taurus constellations

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I was battling lots of cloud :(

1 am - 2 am -- 12 meteors of the Geminids shower + 5 random ones
2 am - 3 am -- 17 meteors of the Geminids shower +3 random ones
3 am - 4 am -- 11 meteors of the Geminids shower

D
 

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here ya go
it was the best one captured by the camera .....
it was travelling right to left, below Orion and towards Taurus constellations

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I was battling lots of cloud :(

1 am - 2 am -- 12 meteors of the Geminids shower + 5 random ones
2 am - 3 am -- 17 meteors of the Geminids shower +3 random ones
3 am - 4 am -- 11 meteors of the Geminids shower

D

Cool! Was not expecting to see that when I clicked on the link. :p

Don't worry about the clouds, it's not your fault, you didn't put them there ;0)

Edit:

That's fantastic. I live in London and all of the ambient light overpowers the stars. I've not seen the stars for years.

There's a common a little way away from me that gets dark enough to see them, but I've not been there since I was a teenager.
 

davenn

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That's fantastic. I live in London and all of the ambient light overpowers the stars. I've not seen the stars for years.

Im in the inner western suburbs of Sydney ... city light pollution makes astronomy pretty useless here too.
I drove an hour to get out of the city to a dark rural site away from 80% of the light
that pic above is facing north and the sky is quite dark with the city behind me


Dave
 

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Im in the inner western suburbs of Sydney ... city light pollution makes astronomy pretty useless here too.
I drove an hour to get out of the city to a dark rural site away from 80% of the light
that pic above is facing north and the sky is quite dark with the city behind me


Dave
It looks beautiful. It makes me want to look at the stars.
 

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Here we just get the Aurora Borealis to view in winter!:cool:
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