Morning ISS and Meteor

Sky at 4:01 am Saturday morning

Third and final pass of the evening for the ISS over the Kettle Range with a bright meteor to cap a beautiful night. Taken from Lodoen Flats, near Keller, Washington at 4:01 am PDT on August 4, 2012. ISO 400, Exposure 20 seconds, f3
Beautiful, except for the bumps in the night and the sounds of frustrated, blood thirsty, mosquitoes trying to get through the net on my head.

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