Perseid Meteor shower with the Andromeda Galaxy

Perseid Meteor shower with the Andromeda Galaxy

The Perseids with Andromeda and the double cluster in Perseus. Shot over 7 hours the night of August 11-12, 2016 from west of Burnet, Texas. First to last meteor frame 3hrs 17 minutes. Sony a6300, with Rokinon f2 12mm lens, and Vixen Polarie tracking mount. Most images shot at f2.8 for 30 sec. at ISO 3200. 42 of 440 used, images aligned and some stacked in Nebulosity. Final composite and exposure adjustments in Photoshop.

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Date Taken: 2016-08-12
Keywords: Meteors

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flickr:Eliot Herman

Really great composite ! You captured some very nice ones

flickr:Lux Obscura

The perfect perspective from Perseus constellation! Brillant!

flickr:John Kemp

Superb!!!

flickr:Laurie Allai

Super cool shot Rob!

flickr:Mauri Rosenthal

Great stuff, Rob! We were rained out back east so it's nice to know there were Perseids somewhere!

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