My goal was to capture a meteor in the same frame
with the nearly full super moon.
My automated Canon 1100D camera took
nearly 800 15 second exposures beginning at
about 1:00 AM along with this fireball at
3:16 AM on the 13th of August.
On the very next frame, the trail of ash left by the
fireball is back-lit by the nearly full moon.
Enhanced version shows the ash trail better.
This meteor occurred at 2:44 AM. I was recording
the radio echos at the time. The following audio starts
at 2:44:00 AM and runs 2.5 minutes. At 2:44:16, is
a strong echo coinciding roughly with the above image.
It's interesting that there is a flurry of echos beginning
shortly after this at 2:45:14
I use the antenna in the picture to record
radio echos from meteor trails.
And finally, the time lapse of 400 frames starting around
3:10 AM. There a several fainter meteors as well.