Vikas Chander, taken near Grootfontein, Namibia

At an estimated 60 tons or more, the Hoba meteorite is the single largest intact meteorite known. It fell to Earth in what is now Namibia less than 80,000 years ago; when found by a farmer plowing his field in 1920, it was never moved, but simply unearthed. This composite shot was taken with an Hα-modified Sony mirrorless camera and a wide-angle zoom lens at 14mm and constant f/2.8 and ISO 800. The sky is a stack of twelve 300-second exposures and the ground is a 480-second exposure.