Picture of Polaris with a jet and a meteor caught in the exposures. Taken with a Nikon D3100 and more than likely a lens set to 70mm, with a 2.2X magnifier. Not sure of the apature setting. Four pictures stacked using the Nebulosity3 software. One exposure was 10 seconds, the other three 5 seconds. ISO of 3200. The jet and meteor were each caught in seperate exposures. Not sure why the software created a stacked image where there seems to be an apparent haziness. Couldn't get rid of it. Wonder if it was just brining out light pollution not truly evident in each original picture, as I do not have a light pollution reducer filter (yet)?