All-Skylapse from the Cielito Azul Observatory near Tres Piedras, in Taos County New Mexico.
Lumux GH3, Meike 6.5mm fisheye, F2.0 ISO 3200 25 sec. exposure, 30 sec. interval, rendered at 15 frames per second.
It is always fascinating to me to step through the video frame by frame to pick out meteors and satellites and aircraft. I’ve add a time stamp to the video to better catalog satellites. This should make it easier to cross-check Starlink satellite flares and other satellites against meteors.
Quite a few clouds early, clear skies later. Waning Gibbous Moon (65%).

Posted on July 12, 2020 by skylapser
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