On January 26/27 2015 Asteroid 2004 BL86 had a relatively close flyby. It was only 3 times farther from us than the Moon. This asteroid (with a diameter of about 0.5 km) is the closest known flyby until 1999 AN10 which is estimated to flyby the Earth in 2027.
The asteroid is visible as a small point.
A reddish- green fireball appeared on the sky above the clouds on November 10, 2014. Image taken at about 19.33 local time. Location Ørsta, Norway. Camera details: Samyang 8 mm fisheye-lens on a Canon T3 (EOS 1100D), Iso: 800, exp: 51 seconds
A view of M8 and M20 and the surrounding Field. This photo was taken partly through clouds.
M8, M20 and the surrounding area. Photographed using a Canon T3 on a Borg 67FL @ f/3.8, mounted on an AstroTrac TT320X-AG .
The centre of our own Galaxy here photographed from Øland, Sweden. The sky appears a bit bluish because it wasn’t properly dark when this photo was taken on August 20, 2014.
The centre of the Milky Way. Photgaphed using a modified Canon 1100D, Sigma 17-70mm lens, on an AstroTrac TT320X-AG
Thunder and lightening on July 27, 2014. Here is a photo showing lightening at about 17.45.
A beautiful display of noctilucent clouds. Here is a photo taken on July 24, 2014. Showing the uppermost clouds on the planet over the Sunnmøre Alps.
A still bright, but gradually darker, nordic sky showed off some beautiful blue-white tendrils on the night of July 21- 22, 2014.
Enclosed a vista of the NLC display taken at about 01.56 am local time.
Photo details: Canon EOS 650D, Sigma 15 mm fish-eye lens
Beautiful auroral display in the early hours of April 21, 2014. Here are a couple of images, displaying what the camera detected from this vantage point. Photo details: Canon EOS 650D, Sigma 17-70, Iso: 800, exposure about 30 Seconds, tripod, Remote Controller.
More images at: http://www.skyoye.com/aurora2014.html