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Meteor crossing Ursa Major (the Big Dipper) during the 1999 Leonids from Mt. Laguna, California.
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A 2002 Leonid meteor blazing above Ursa Major (the Big Dipper) in very bright moonlight as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 11/19/2002.
A 2002 Leonid meteor as seen near the constellation Cassiopeia in very bright moonlight as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 11/19/2002.
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A 2002 Perseid passes a prominent star (Delta Cygnus) in the constellation Cygnus as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 08/12/2002.
A 2002 Perseid passes through the constellation Hercules as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 08/12/2002.
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A 2002 Perseid zips by the constellation Cassiopeia as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 08/12/2002.
A 2002 Perseid runs almost parallel to the Milky Way and in front of the star Delta Cygnus as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 08/12/2002.
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A 2002 Perseid passes near Polaris (the North Star) during morning twilight as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 08/12/2002.
A 2001 Geminid crosses the trails of stars in the northern sky as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 12/13/2001.
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A 2001 Geminid cuts right through the center of Orion's belt as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 12/13/2001.
A 2001 Geminid drops down to the horizon of this southern star-trail as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 12/13/2001. Orion is at the top right. Canis Major and the very bright star Sirius are just left of center. The meteor points to the star Canopus.
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Two 2001 Geminids pass above and below the constealltion Orion as seen from west of Anza-Borrego State Park, California, on 12/13/2001.
2001 Leonid meteor zips between Sirius and Orion as seen from Mt. Laguna, California. (The camera unexpectedly moved during this guided exposure. There is only one meteor visible in this shot while all the other objects are trailed stars)
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2001 Leonid meteors race towards Ursa Minor (the Little Dipper) and Polaris as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
2001 Leonid meteors fall in the general direction of Orion as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
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2001 Leonid meteors streaking away from Leo as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
Several 2001 Leonid meteors radiating from Leo as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
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Several 2001 Leonid meteors (one fireball with smoke trail) radiating from Leo as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
2001 Leonid meteors with a smoke trail drifting from the bright fireball as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
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2001 Leonid meteor points towards Polaris (the North Star) as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
2001 Leonid meteor streaks towards Orion as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
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2001 Leonid meteor approaches Ursa Major, the Big Dipper, as seen from Mt. Laguna, California.
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