Bright meteors on a bright moonlit sky. November 30, 2017.

This bright meteor showed up at about UT 17.03 on November 30, 2017. Photo details: Canon EOS 1300D, Vivitar 8 mm fisheye-lens, Exp: 59 seconds, ISO: 1600. Location: Ørsta, Norway.

This bright meteor showed up at about UT 17.03 on November 30, 2017.
Photo details: Canon EOS 1300D, Vivitar 8 mm fisheye-lens, Exp: 59 seconds, ISO: 1600.
Location: Ørsta, Norway.

Cropped version of the above.

Cropped version of the above.

Bright meteor number 2 this night. This one is photographed at UT 19.20 (20.20 local time November 30, 2017. Same equipment and location.

Bright meteor number 2 this night. This one is photographed at UT 19.20 (20.20 local time November 30, 2017.
Same equipment, exposure, ISO, and location.

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Meteor. November 29, 2017.

Meteo above the valley. Photo taken at about UT 00.58 on November 29, 2017. Taken through a 8 mm fisheye lens, Canon dslr.

Meteor above the valley. Photo taken at about UT 00.58 on November 29, 2017. Taken through a 8 mm fisheye lens, Canon dslr.

A cropped version of the image above.

A cropped version of the image above.

The meteor was also captured by my MallinCam All Sky Camera.

The meteor was also captured by my MallinCam All Sky Camera.

Bright meteor – Orionid. October 23, 2017.

A meteor from the Orionid meteor shower traversed the sky over the valley. The Hunter (Orion) himself was located behind the mountain. The direction of the meteor indicates that it is a leftover from Halleys comet. This photo was snapped at about 00.22 local time on October 23, 2017. Photo details: Canon EOS 650D, Samyang 8mm fisheye-lens

A meteor from the Orionid meteor shower traversed the sky over the valley. The Hunter (Orion) himself was located behind the mountain. The direction of the meteor indicates that it is a leftover from Halleys comet.
This photo was snapped at about 00.22 local time on October 23, 2017. Photo details: Canon EOS 650D, Samyang 8mm fisheye-lens

The Sun – Major X – Class Solar Flare

The sun photographed UT 18:02 September 6th 2017. 6 hours after sunspot AR2673 unleashed a major X9.3-class solar flare. The strongest solar flare in more than a decade. Photographed through a small refractor with solar-filter, Canon 700D. From Ørsta, Norway.

The sun photographed UT 18:02 September 6th 2017. 6 hours after sunspot AR2673 unleashed a major X9.3-class solar flare. The strongest solar flare in more than a decade. Photographed through a small refractor with solar-filter, Canon 700D. From Ørsta, Norway. AR2673 is the sunspot just over the treetops.