Long exposure streak of the OA6 AtlasV launch
About an hour before the OA6 AtlasV would launch, I started a time lapse sequence with the intention of getting a star-trail sequence and then the streak of the rocket, but clouds started moving in, and effectively obscured most of the stars. However, during the sequence, a very bright shooting star / meteor shot across the sky to the east of the pad. The streak was captured by the time lapse.
So this is a merge of two images. The first image is a 20 second exposure, one of the time lapse frames, and through a break in the clouds you can see the streak of the meteor. The second image is a 163 second exposure of the AtlasV rocket carrying the OA-6 ISS resupply Cygnus capsule, launched by United Launch Alliance for Orbital/ATK.