Perseid Meteor The Perseid meteors are caused by debris from the comet Swift-Tuttle burning up upon entering the earth’s atmosphere. They are named after the constellation Perseus as they appear to radiate from the same direction in the sky as Perseus

Perseid Meteor Shower 2020

The peak time for the perseid meteor shower was the 12/13 August. Unfortunately the weather forecast of overcast skies proved to be accurate. 

However, on the evening of the 11th August, after taking just 8 frames, I caught this meteor! 

Perseid Meteor The Perseid meteors are caused by debris from the comet Swift-Tuttle burning up upon entering the earth’s atmosphere. They are named after the constellation Perseus as they appear to radiate from the same direction in the sky as Perseus
The Perseid meteors are caused by debris from the comet Swift-Tuttle burning up upon entering the earth’s atmosphere. They are named after the constellation Perseus as they appear to radiate from the same direction in the sky as Perseus

Lower right are the planets Saturn and Jupiter 

 

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