Sunday, October 1, 2017

Sept 2017 recap

   Sept was a 'slow' month for sky imaging here.Clouds were an issue for 3/4 of the 30 days due mostly to Hurricanes Jose and Maria.Neither storm had any significant impact here other than a little rain,some wind and a number of days and nights of very warm and humid conditions.All that is behind us now and the month ended,as it began, with clear skies.Temps are now returning to 'normal' with daytime highs in the 20°C range and cool nights in the upper single digits.

   I did have the automated Canon PowerShot A-610 set up for a few nights and caught a few stray meteors:







That's all for now.

Cheers,
Al ( https://twitter.com/AL_in_NS )





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