A Leonid meteor over the moonlit San Francisco Peaks. This was the
single brightest meteor of the 23 or so that I caught in a 110-frame
time lapse sequence- most were much fainter. The Pole Star and the
Little Dipper are also visible. Limiting magnitude for the stars is
about 7.0, despite the full moon.
03:33am, November 19th 2002
28 seconds, f2.6, ISO 200, focal length 8.2 mm.
Hot pixels removed with a custom routine using a separate
dark frame; subsampled.