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Old 06-09-2018, 11:25 AM
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Another Milky Way

This time two 90sec 14mm shots combined in a stack.

A question. Over 60 sec , what would be the difference in appearance between a satellite and a meteor. Satellites seem to present as a short bright constant streak. Would a meteor be longer and vary in brightness as can be seen in the second shot.
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