Noah Brosch aligning a Moonlight eliminator for the WO CONCAM
During the 2001 Leonid meteor shower, which happened during the full Moon period,
we attempted to image meteors with the all-sky camera CONCAM that operates at the Wise Observatory. This involved
the placement of a mechanical mask to prevent direct light from reaching the detector. During one of the
adjusting sessions the CONCAM recorded an image and Noah's shadow was recorded for posterity. Note that the
head of the giant image is not visible; in its place Chance put the stars of Orion...
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