Aurora And Andromedid
Taken by Rocky Raybell on November 4, 2018 @ Keller, Wa
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon PowerShot SX60 HS
Exposure Time: 200/10
Aperture: f/3.4
ISO: 3200
Date Taken: 2018:11:05 00:39:04
 
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Aurora seemed far off tonight, the meteor was real slow and tracing it back it appears it may be an Andromedid
2052 hrs PST November 4 from Keller, Wash
SX60 3200 @ 20 seconds
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More likely a Taurid.
Posted by HDT 2018-11-05 10:04:16
Absolutely not. Taurids are farther south. More likely an Andromedid. As in the other side of the Pleiades. Check the radiant.
Posted by rocky49 2018-11-05 13:36:02
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