Persistent Meteor Train
Taken by Phil Hart on April 8, 2017 @ Mount Glasgow
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An exceptionally persistent meteor train which lasted around an hour and a half before the last remnants were overwhelmed by clouds and morning twilight. Captured looking south over Mount Glasgow (central Victoria, Australia) towards Ballarat on the morning of 8th April 2017.

Video: https://vimeo.com/217986931

Details: Canon 5D Mark IV, Samyang 35mm lens at f2.8. Each frame 20 secs, ISO3200.
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