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10-22-2017, 06:46 PM   #1
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Anybody get the Orion meteor shower?

was too hazy down here..

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Too cloudy up here, and had to work. By the time I get off work, my heel is about shot, so either I pop some aleve and deal with it when going to the lake, or I stay home. I was out either thurs. or fri. night and saw one or 2 drop, but that was it, certainly didn't catch any.
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Went out for a while but never saw any, sure hope will see some images.
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too damn cloudy in Southern Indiana

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Saturday was the wettest day I have ever experienced, 4.8".. so no
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I got a few but it was so windy nothing came out sharp enough.
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Subfreezing, windy, mostly cloudy but I got 1. That's all. One.
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I tried, but I guess the Netherlands is a bit to densely populated to have a really dark sky. But the orion nebula is quite visible.
(DA-50: f/2.0, 5 sec, iso1600)




10-23-2017, 03:46 AM   #9
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I saw one, the camera saw none (M28/2.8 on a K-1 running for 10 minutes), but I did hear a car crash happen at 2:30 AM.
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yea, it seems that it was most visible at the Pacific..Most shot I had seen are from Japan and California..none of them Pentax, but hey its ok! we'll have our revenge later on, jaja..
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I had my camera going for several hours Sat AM and Sun AM. On a quick review I have many small meteors, nothing very nice. I'm going to do a more careful review to determine whether I layer multiple meteors into one frame or create a timelapse.

Sat AM weather was perfect. Sun AM, the Orionid peak, was inhibited by very thin low clouds.
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