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12-19-2012 12:35 AM
hunterisgreat
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Originally Posted by Walperstyle View Post
Its not a shooting star, its a meteorite. You can see a lot more if you pay attention to the cycles. Search google for Meterorite showers, there is about 5 each year that produce some good results. About every few seconds something the size of a VW Beetle enters our atmosphere. I've seen a few the size of a small bus.
I know it was a meteorite. Thus me calling it a meteorite in the post

That was during a meteor shower, just by the time I got home from training it wasn't at the peak of the night earlier (100/hr)
12-14-2012 11:18 PM
Walperstyle Its not a shooting star, its a meteorite. You can see a lot more if you pay attention to the cycles. Search google for Meterorite showers, there is about 5 each year that produce some good results. About every few seconds something the size of a VW Beetle enters our atmosphere. I've seen a few the size of a small bus.
12-14-2012 10:57 PM
ksotto333 We've been talking about getting a night vision scope.... so cool...
12-14-2012 09:04 PM
Gharrissc My husband and I missed it last night unfortunately.
12-14-2012 08:58 PM
KatsMuse Cool! we just got our new telescope...will be gazing too!
12-14-2012 04:06 PM
1sttimeforgsd That's cool. Thanks for sharing it.
12-14-2012 12:30 PM
hunterisgreat
Playing around with night vision and the night sky (bonus shooting star!)

The video doesn't quite do it justice, but however many stars you can see with the naked eye, you can see easily more than double with night vision! meteorite burning up in the atmosphere at the 1:38 min mark


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