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Image: Night Sky. Vancouver, Canada
Night Sky. Vancouver, Canada
 
Caption : Night Sky. Vancouver, Canada
Facts: Composite image of meteors over Vancouver, British Columbia at night. A meteor is a bright streak of light in the sky (sometimes called "shooting stars" or "falling stars") produced by the entry of a small meteoroid into the Earth's atmosphere. A very large number of meteoroids enter the Earth's atmosphere each day. The average meteoroid enters the atmosphere at between 10 and 70 km/sec. David Nunuk: "I started this shot out intending it to be a 20 min equatorial mount shot of the constellation Orion. During the exposure the tripod head began to slip at a gradually increasing rate. This had the effect of producing a sky full of "artificial meteors" instead of a sky full of stars. We liked the effect and photoshopped it to illustrate a meteor storm."
Photographer: David Nunuk
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MEDIUM RES: JPEG, 3530x2512, 1.19MB, ARGB
Keywords: stars, star trails, Vancouver, sunset, shooting star, falling star, meteor, meteoroid, British Columbia, Canada, night sky
 
 
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