The All Sky Camera caught this meteor early one morning. Just ahead of it you can make out the trail of satellite.
The satellite was likely Starlink 1054 which was at magnitude 4.91 at an altitude of 558km travelling around 0.467km a second.
The Large magellanic Cloud can be seen at the lower right of the image.View Larger
Another meteor caught by all sky camera when there were 3 active meteor showers.
The radiant of each shower is marked in red.
The meteor was likely from the Piscis Austrinids radiant. Meteors from this group have a velocity around 35km per second.View Larger
Comet C/2017 K2 PanSTARRS was 348,074,000km from earth, the light taking 19 minutes 19 seconds to reach us.
21x1m (21m total) + darks/flats/bias frames. Celestron HD8 edge on a wedge at 1422mm (f7). ASI 1600MC-C, Optolong L-Pro filter, 130mm guidescope with ASI224MC. APT, phd2, DSS, Photoshop.View Larger
Comet C/2017 K2 PanSTARRS 270,891,000km from earth, the light taking 15 minutes 3.6 seconds to reach us.
Animation of 12x5 minute exposures + darks/flats/bias frames. Celestron HD8 edge on a wedge at 1422mm (f7). ASI 1600MC-C, UV/IR Cut filter, Zwo OAG with ASI224MC. APT, phd2, DSS, Photoshop.View Larger