Viewer's guide to meteor showers: Sit back and enjoy the show
Sorry that first link didn't really work...: http://davewirth.blogspot.com/2011/11/star-pictures.html
It's amazing how much the stars rotate in the sky at night.
Here's how you can take really cool pictures of meteor showers or just the stars in the night sky.http://davewirth.blogspot.com/2011/11/star-pictures.html
If you have a basic Canon Camera you can use this software, it's totally free and easy to use: http://davewirth.blogspot.com/2011/09/chdk.html
i live in melbourne, florida i went outside about 10:30 pm and stayed outside until midnight. by then cloud cover prevented me from even seeing the stars. i will try again tonight
I am hoping it clears up I live close to u :D i did the same thing last night crossing my fingers tonight
I am in Auburn, Ca. cloudless skies, no city lights except far away Sacramento and went out at about 10 stayed til 2. Probably saw about 200, all colors, sizes, train lengths. Spectacular.