Meteorite Time Lapse

https://youtu.be/OVsdIGpeWdY

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I believe that was actually a contrail from a plane. it was moving at approximate the same speed as the other planes in the video. meteors usually enter the atmosphere upwards of 20,000 miles per hour…much to fast for anything other than a bright flash lasting just a second or two to be caught during a time lapse. but you do have a great angle for weather time lapses. I am rather jealous of that setup.

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It was late when I watched it, and now that you mention it… I think you could be right! :slightly_smiling_face:

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with that view , on a clear night, depending on the light pollution in the area, it is entirely possible you could see a few brighter meteors at some points. I have seen a few videos on youtube where Wyze cams have caught the flashes from meteors. :slight_smile: