Orionid Meteor Shower 2011

The Orionid Meteor Shower peaks in late October, though Orion Meteors can be seen for roughly one week. Most years this shower produces 15-20 meteors per hour at it peak. However, in 2011, the count was much higher. The Orionids, as its name suggests, radiants out of the constellation of Orion - between Orion and Gemini, and is the most prolific meteor shower associated with Halley's Comet.

Location: Pawnee National Grasslands, CO
Date: 2011-10-22
Camera: Canon XSi (modified)
Lens: Sigma 20mm
Mount: Astrotrac
Filters: Tiffin Double Fog Filter, H-Alpha 12nm EOS Clip
Temp: 29˚F
Shot: Mosaic (4 panels)
4x240 seconds f/4 ISO 1600 (No Filter)
4x600 seconds f/3.2 ISO 1600 (H-Alpha)
4x420 seconds f/3.2 ISO 800 (Fog)
Processing: Photoshop, Topaz DeNoise 5
Orionid Meteor Shower 2011