Beautiful Geminids Meteor Shower 2010 Video
Last week, the meteor shower named Geminids are visible in most part of Asia. Like many who lived in the city, the sky is too bright to watch the amazing phenomenon. However, a few days after the Geminids meteor shower, a friend shared an amazing video from Youtube.
Picture credits to http://www.astronomynotes.net
It is a time lapsed video was shot by Japanese “Mockmoon” at Yashimahagara Marsh, Nagano, Japan. The time lapsed was captured by using over 5000 shots. I was amazed by the video so I decided to share it her on my blog. The video is as below.
Beautiful Geminids Meteor Shower 2010 video
I hope to do the same one day with my camera. But I will need more than just than a camera. It takes a lot of patience and courage to produce something so beautiful like this.
Geminids Meteor Shower info
The Geminids Meteors from this shower are slow moving, can be seen in December and usually peak around the 13th – 14th of the month, with the date of highest intensity being the morning of the 14th. The shower is thought to be intensifying every year and recent showers have seen 120–160 meteors per hour under optimal conditions, generally around 2am to 3am local time. Geminids were first observed only 150 years ago. – Wikipedia.org