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tie-dyesoul:    “Perseids meteor shower as observed from the Snowy Range in Wyoming”

The sky is falling "Snowy Range Perseid Meteor Shower" by David Kingham of the U. was "highly commended" in the Earth and Space category. Kingham combines 23 individual stills to convey the excitement and dynamism of August's Perseid meteor shower.

Perseus Meteor Shower 2012

Perseid Meteor Shower 2012 By Gary Randall over Mount Hood, Oregon.

// The radiant meteor storm of 9 October 1933, Larousse Encyclopedia of Astronomy

crashinglybeautiful: The radiant meteor storm of 9 October Larousse Encyclopedia of Astronomy. I love meteor showers!

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The sky at night illuminates the Middle McCloud Falls in northern California. Photographer: Brad Goldpaint its my dream to get a star picture like this

Perseid Meteor Shower, Flagstaff, Arizona by Logan Brumm Photography and Design

Perseid Meteor Shower, Flagstaff, Arizona by Logan Brumm Photography and Design Kinda reminds me of Van Gogh's Starry Night.

Northern Rock !!  Credit : Shannon Bileski  A very special treat! Shannon Bileski took this picture on March 29, 2013 at Patricia Beach in Canada. It shows a bright meteor streaking through a sky filled with the green glow of the aurora borealis.

Aurora and meteor over Manitoba, Canada. This image was winner in the Beauty of the Night Sky category for the 2013 International Earth and Sky Photo Contest. Place in Beauty of the Night Sky category goes to "Meteor Magic" by Shannon Bileski

Solitary. Solitary Geyser in Yellowstone Park is anything but solitary this night. While it steams and erupts so does a large eruption from the Lion Group far below. Additionally 2 Perseid meteors flash across the vista. Two parallel faint satellite trails cross at about 11 o'clock.

Solitary Geyser in Yellowstone Park is anything but solitary this night. While it steams and erupts so does a large eruption from the Lion Group far below. Additionally 2 Perseid meteors flash across the vista.

Pikes Peak Colorado

Meteor shower over Pikes Peak, Colorado I know it isn't a sun or moon.but it is an incredible photo and I live 50 miles from Pikes Peak. Have never seen a photo like this before. Love it.

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