Guardian reader and stargazer Steve Page captured this breathtaking photograph of a Perseid meteor streaking across the sky in Carlton-in-Lindrick in the early hours of Tuesday (August 11th).
The ‘shooting star’ appeared at around 3am and occurred as a result of material falling from the tail of Comet Swift-Tuttle.
“I was very happy with how the picture turned out,” said Steve, who spent hours trying to get the perfect shot of the meteor along with the milky way.
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