At Frosty Drew Observatory we had a fantastic presentation from the Quadrantid meteor shower this morning. Though the 9 degree temps with 0 degree wind chill kept most indoors. I captured this shot with 2 Quadrantid meteors visible. Clearly at top left (in Coma Berenices), and a short, dim meteor at bottom center (in Virgo).
Mars is also visible top right (bright red star), Coma Berenices, Virgo, Arcturus (Bright beige star on left), most of Corvus (bottom right)
Camera: Modified (CHDK) Canon S95, custom intervalometer script, 10" exposure, ISO 800.