“No Meteor Undetected” is the motto of the Global Meteor Network. Skylapser and the Cielito Azul Observatory are joining the Global Meteor Network to help with that vision. The goal of this project is to observe meteors, by a global network of cameras pointed at the night sky. Each camera is connected to a Raspberry […]Read More
Comet C/2020 F3 NEOWISE is WOW!
I had great hopes for the PANSTARRS comet earlier this year, but it didn’t pan out. Then there was C/2020 F8 Swan, and it fizzled out too. When I heard that NEOWISE was discovered in March and they thought it would be visible to the naked-eye, I was skeptical. And then at the begining of […]Read More
How to Tell if it is an Aircraft, Satellite, or Meteor in Your Night Time-lapses
Was that a top secret military aircraft, or a classified satellite or a meteor burning through the atmosphere in your time-lapse? We show you how to tell the difference. Satellite database: https://www.heavens-above.com/ Aircraft database: https://flightaware.com/ Report a meteor: https://www.amsmeteors.orgRead More