Bright Eta Aquariid Meteor In Predawn Sky
Taken by Eliot Herman on May 5, 2017 @ Tucson AZ
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A bright long eta Aquariid with some color captured this morning in the Tucson AZ sky. Details, photos captured with a Nikon D810 and a 8 mm Sigma fisheye using an interval timer for 15 sec @ ISO 3200. This meteor was captured at 4:22 PDT just before the rising dawn ended photography.

In addition to this bright meteor another 6 were captured with the camera, all much smaller.
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