If it was there it was cunningly hiding behind some thin cirrus from this location! There was a hit of the faint bar you caught in your video but difficult to tell with the other high clouds. However I did catch what I think is a meteor!, air craft usually appear over several frames but this was a single frame event. Must have been pretty bright to get captured by this type of cour video camera. It may integrate frames but it's not intrinsically sensitive. Might be a comsic ray, I catch dozens with the watec cameras I use for meteor observing but they're quite distinctive, anyway something different for a change.
Hi, Another beautiful night but without NLC . However, and again, I caught some meteor activity . I decided to try a longer lens on one of the cameras using an adapter. This gives a very small field of view but I was hoping that it would produce a nice "zoomed" time lapse of the NLC. Instead I got three meteors! The last was interesting. Again it must have been really bright as it left a brief persistent train (probably from oxygen emission). Here's a video frame grab.
The meteor is in the very top right of the frame and was moving from top to bottom. The fainter bit of the trail (uppermost) is the persistent train from the Oxygen emission, the brighter lower bit is the meteor head. Doesn't look like much but it's remarkable this type if system can pick up meteors at all!