1. Perseid Meteor Shower Timelapse 2013

    01:17

    from johnson76 / Added

    22 Plays / / 0 Comments

    A short clip of the Perseid Meteor shower on August 12 2013. The cloud rolled in and killed it near the end but there is always later in the week.

    + More details
    • Perseid meteor shower

      00:05

      from Andy Howard / Added

      78 Plays / / 0 Comments

      A short timelapse of the Perseid meteor shower over Wicken Fen. There were some truly amazing sights, some of which I didn't capture as I only had one camera running. Next time I think I might have several cameras running to capture all of it. And the usual lens fogging occurs at the end, putting an end to the shoot. Hand warmers (for the lens) on order... Canon 5Diii Samyang 14mm f/2.8 Shoot intervalometer ISO 3200 30 sec exposures, 35 second interval

      + More details
      • Perseid Meteor Shower 2013 - Lake Tahoe

        00:10

        from SBS Media House / Added

        Timelapse of the Perseid Meteor Shower I shot on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe, Aug 11, 2013

        + More details
        • 2013 Perseids Meteor Shower - Victorville, CA

          00:52

          from Michael Chung / Added

          6,241 Plays / / 1 Comment

          Unlike with last year's sequence of the Perseid shower ( https://vimeo.com/47501333 ) which was shot up at Mammoth Lakes (with relatively low light pollution), this year found me at home in Victorville, CA. Although it is up in the Southern California high desert, it is being developed rapidly and light pollution abounds. Nevertheless, I was able to get a decent sequence including what appears to be a meteor explosion with resulting shockwave and debris ring (at approx. 00:39). For a closer view of this explosion, see my other video at: https://vimeo.com/72228503 Stats for this sequence: Camera: Canon 7D Lens: Tokina 11mm-16mm/2.8 Exposure: 20sec Iso: 800 Aperture: 2.8 Focal Length: 11mm Interval: 22sec Video Frame Rate: 24fps

          + More details
          • Weekly Weather Roundup: August 5 - August 11

            02:04

            from wunderground / Added

            42 Plays / / 0 Comments

            A Super Typhoon, major flooding in the U.S. and Japan, heat wave for China and Europe and the little meteor shower that could.

            + More details
            • 2013 Perseids Meteor Shower: Fireball and Persistent Train

              00:49

              from Michael Chung / Added

              302K Plays / / 24 Comments

              I got really lucky and captured what I believe to be a meteor explosion with a resulting, expanding shock wave or debris ring. UPDATE: After being fortunate to have Universe Today cross post my vid, I learned more about the phenomena recorded here. While this does show a meteor breaking apart, the resulting, expanding ring is called a "persistent train" and is NOT a debris ring. Rather, it is glowing gas - charged gas that has been heated by compression caused by the meteor and giving off electrons (similar to how a neon sign works). It happens fairly often but it isn't so regularly documented. http://www.universetoday.com/104149/incredible-footage-shows-a-perseid-meteor-exploding/ Because I shoot at much higher resolution than 720p, I was able to provide (2) sequences in this video: (1) is with the full frame of each capture scaled/reduced and then cropped down to 1280x720, and (2) the other is with the full frame kept at resolution with just the region around the explosion cropped to 1280x720. I included each sequence twice - once at 24fps and the other at around 12fps. Stats for this timelapse sequence: Camera: Canon 7D Lens: Tokina 11mm-16mm/2.8 Exposure: 20sec Iso: 800 Aperture: 2.8 Focal Length: 11mm Interval: 22sec Video Frame Rate: 24fps

              + More details
              • Bright meteor behind nightclouds

                01:17

                from Rudolf Bumm / Added

                21 Plays / / 0 Comments

                First star timelapse video I ever did, and was lucky enough to catch several meteors (one bright one) behind night clouds. Part of the Perseid meteor shower, which highlights in two days. Material of more than 2 hours of shooting. Best to watch in fullscreen mode. Location:Munich, August 10th 2013 Images: 249 Exposure: 15 s Interval5 s ISO 1600 Camera: Sony Nex-5, selfmade arduino based IR timer Quick & dirty adaptation of an old fisheye lens from an analog Nikon

                + More details
                • Milky Way Time Lapse

                  00:10

                  from Jeremiah Rogers / Added

                  12 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Last night me and a group of friends went out to see the Perseid meteor shower. Although a couple meteors flew by almost none of them registered on my camera.

                  + More details
                  • Aurora @ Torrance Barrens 2013/08/04

                    00:31

                    from Prism Photography / Added

                    99 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    Still shot: http://500px.com/photo/42418718

                    + More details
                    • Perseid Meteor Shower Time-Lapse

                      03:06

                      from Jeff Sullivan / Added

                      Timelapse footage of the annual Perseid Meteor Shower in August. The slow, horizontal lights are airplanes. The fast, vertical streaks are the meteors. The meteor shower footage in this video is all from the Perseid Meteor shower in 2009. I've also completed a new time-lapse video to cover 2010-2012 as well as other meteor showers such as the Orionid meteor shower in October, and I hope to complete on from the Geminid meteor shower in December as well. Music credit: "Lightin" by Antony Raijekov.

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?

                      Tags

                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."