Just as here on Earth, the Heavens have been quite lively lately. Here are four photos from last night; a video-still of a meteor streaking in, and three exposures of the Milky Way. Every time I step outside during these clear nights, I see several meteor trails.
The video-still image is one exposure of a 2.5 hour night sky sequence, with a frame captured every 10 seconds or so (Nikon P900). After increasing the exposure on the meteor trail, I could see that the object had a spiral trajectory.
The three photographs were captured using my Panasonic Lumix, 16MP, using 60 second exposures. In the first photo, Jupiter, the Milky Way, and a meteor trail are all visible in the Southern sky. The second shows Jupiter and the Milky Way, and the third is a shot of the Milky Way directly overhead. Enjoy! 🙂