Here's the brightest capture from the night's first session, looking due south from New Baden:
This is a 16-frame stack with 3 meteors, looking south (I had to stack all of the frames in between meteors to keep the star trails continuous):
Here's a 8-frame stack with 2 meteors, looking southeast:
And for the fun of it, a 101-frame stack with 6 meteors, some harder to see than others. The long streaks are aircraft:
Finally the one true fireball I caught, but only partially in the corner of the frame:
I'm always thankful to get out and watch these displays here in my 360-degree sky view backyard.
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