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December 14, 2004


It was cold, but it was worth it. Last night was the peak of the 2004 Geminid meteor shower. Long exposures can help, but it still takes a fair bit of luck to capture one of these fleeting fireballs.


It was short and sweet, but I captured the quick flash of this bright Geminid meteor in the Big Dipper



The longer you "look" the more stars you see...there is a faint Geminid hidden in these stars of Orion


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   Images Judd Patterson