Visibility III / V
10.4. was quite a varied night in terms of filming. Originally, the intention was to test mainly the weariness of the mosaic in the last moments of the season, but in the end, the images were captured by the Milky Way, starbursts, Iridium flashes and northern lights. So this report of a small fireball and its old one.
With a variable cloud of gauze and a short shooting window, I settled for a not-so-optimal location about a quarter of a drive from the city. As I photographed the mosaic experiments from the sky with the tracking and harbor, a fisheye camera from the Milky Way motion flickered in the background.
The two countries then flashed a slightly brighter-than-average starburst through Cassiopeia, unfortunately just outside the harbor screen. However, I turned the camera in that direction because quite often brighter starbursts leave some sort of vanity behind. So again this time. To my surprise, however, the van appeared for even more than ten minutes, eventually flying out of the picture field.
I was tired of the pictures of a little timel kid. The image interval is variable because at the time of shooting there was only an infrared shutter with which each image required its own press. However, the first picture was taken at about 02: 00.52 and the last at 02: 11.18. The animation therefore covers just over ten minutes.
A nice addition to the pictures was the comet 2014 Q2 Lovejoy, which stayed near Cassiopeia.
Larger version of animation: