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
This fireball streaked the sky over the valley at about 04.04 (UT 02.04) on September 17, 2017. Photo details: Canon 650D, Vivitar 8 mm fisheye-lens, ISO: 800, EXP 59.2 seconds. Unfortunately, some dew on the lens. Location: 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.
This time the Moon passed through the outskirts of Earths (half) shadow. Hence a penumbral eclipse could be seen. Photo taken when the eclipse was at maximum 01.44 am (local time). Photo details: Sigma 50-500mm, Canon EOS 1300D