Time is honey, go with the electron flow!
Skip to content
atmospheric gravity waves
Jan 20, 2020 cloud time lapse
Jan 19-20, 2020 time lapses
Dec 20-21, 2019 time lapse plus star trails
Some people mark the shortest day, but I always look forward to the longest night (tomorrow).
This time lapse contains 2,877 frames captured over 13+ hours between Dec 20, 2019 at 5:16pm MST – Dec 21, 2019 at 7:02am MST.
There’s a Starlink satellite constellation overpass near the start. It’s more obvious in the star trail version.
Nov 5-6, 2019 time lapses
This is a good one. The first half of the night was pretty moonlit and kinda meh. I woke up around 12:30am and went out to see the last glow of the moon setting on the western horizon. I cranked up the exposure times and ISO. The airglow after the moon set is 😍Like you are living under the water and looking up at the rippled surface. Best viewed full screen and 4K.
Not long after Zodiacal light appears in the east there’s a nice fireball on the horizon due north that left a persistent ion train as dawn broke.
The wave cloud over the Sangre de Cristos was magnificent and I recentered the view for it. I also put out a second camera because I knew it was going to be really, really nice.
Oct 24-25, 2019 time lapse
There’s a meteor with persistent ion train around
mark. Also more airglow and atmospheric gravity waves.