Visibility IV / V
The “highlight” of the complete lunar eclipse on January 21, 2019 was the event I first read about Atte Leskinen's observation of Taivaanvahti.
I went through my own videos. Fortunately, one sample included a time when a meteor probably hit the moon.
The event was quite difficult to find on video, as its duration was really short, maybe just one video frame (1 / 50s). However, it was found.
The time is a bit unclear to me, as the camera clock was set to teletext some time ago. That varies by several seconds from the official time.
I had left my camera in the daytime shooting settings. It was because the moon in the video is pretty “dark”.
It was obviously lucky that the moon had not been brightened on the camera. The shock looks really bright when capturing a video.
My idea was also to photograph a comet from Wirta with the moon darkened. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out when the 18-degree frost hampered operations in every way and the filming sector went “past” Wirtase.