Fairly bright Leonid.
The Leonid meteor shower is produced by the earth passing through the debris of comet Temple-Tuttle. This year, the earth is passing through an area of low density, and metors are expected to peak at only 20 meteors per hour.
|Scope||Canon 15mm fisheye lens|
|Camera||Canon 1D mark iv|
|Exposure Info||one single 15 second shot|
|Date||November 17, 2010|
|Copyright||Photo copyright Thomas Kerns, Beluga Lake Observatory|