The stars are very visible in the northeast sky during the Perseids meteor shower. Photo by Braden Schroeder.
With the shutter left open for 30 seconds exposing the sensor, the starry night as we see it is unveiled. Photo by Robert Wormley.
A 16 minute exposure of the northeast sky shows trails of the stars. Photo by Braden Schroeder.
A meteor passes though the northeast sky in the top right corner of the photo. Photo by Braden Schroeder.
A short exposure shows the movement of many stars throughout the night. Photo by Braden Schroeder.
A layered photo with three meteors crashing though our atmosphere leaving an amazing star trail behind. With a second exposure of the night sky as we see it to provide a more accurate representation. Photo by Robert Wormley.
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