Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by kristin, Nov 13, 2007.
Anyone watching/photographing this one? I'm going to try my best to do it right this time
how are you going to do it "right"?
I just got my camera a few days before the Perseids and I hadn't quite figured it all out I also now have it working with Canon's time capture so I'm going to use that
For that meteor shower this summer I tried to shoot it from the beach.... Yeah, I got eaten alive by mosquitoes in 5 seconds (plus, it was cloudy).
The 18th is going to be at the end of a long weekend for me. I doubt I'll feel like shooting anything (although I will have the 200 1.8 which is an excellent astrophotography lens so I may have to fart with it anyway).
Why the hell is all the good shit on a school night?!!? Th eclipse was too
And I was up taking pictures of that, too I was so tired the next day
I'll be in north carolina at a point on the ocean.. should make for amazing sky coverage
Isn't it the night of the 17th, morning of the 18th? According to my calendar, that's Sunday morning.
I'm pretty sure it's the night of the 18th but I could be wrong. I thought it started at 11pm or something
only supposed to be 30/hr in the meteor shouwer... thats really low compared to some years.
Dunno, I took it as the night of the 18th
I was incorrect This is what it says:
The shower peaks on the night of November 17/18, with the best viewing from late evening on the 17th through the early morning hours of the 18th.
Looks like it's Saturday night instead of Sunday night Glad someone said something
That works out perfectly. I'm going upstate to Whiteface Mountain this weekend.
how dark of a sky do you need? over here the sky is about 18% gray at 15s f/4 1600
celebrate my birthday when it hits the 18th