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On the 31st of May, 2019 I was on a road trip through the state of Utah. The goal of this road trip was to shoot as many astro photography timelapse sequences as possible. Little did I know that I would capture a huge meteor explosion.

Any time in the past that I’ve gone out to shoot astro photos or timelapses I’ve captured at least a few meteors. These are extremely common and happen literally all the time.

What I shot on the 31st of May was a much more rare event. I captured a bolide, an extremely bright and intense meteor or fireball.

A photograph of the meteor explosion that I caught on camera. Also known as a bolide or fireball.
A single frame of the meteor explosion timelapse.

I started the timelapse sequence at 1 AM. Every 9 seconds my camera would automatically take a photo with an 8 second exposure. (more info about what camera…


This is only a snippet of a Time Lapse Photography Article written by Matthew Vandeputte

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