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Chris_C2000

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  1. Ahh Cool thanks for that. I never realised that satellites could do that. Two more questions then.. I think it is a (faint) meteor in this image (bottom left quarter near the centre) can you confirm and what the heck would have made the wibbly pattern top right?
  2. Hi, I've been taking a few pictures of meteors but I'm not sure if this is one or not. Normally I see them fade in then get really bright then immediately go out or fade out, but this seems to become bright twice. Is it something else? I was captured in a single 30 second exposure out of a group of 10 or so I was taking. Other than this I captured one other really faint meteor.
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