No meteors (Camelopardalids meteor shower) but I got this. It's called an Iridium flash. If a satellite is positioned just right they reflect the sunlight back to the ground like a mirror as they pass by. This one was bright, really bright. Now the proper term for this is "satellite flare or glint" and is most often associated with the Iridium Telecom satellites. Hence the more common name of Iridium flash. The image is a 30 second, three frame composite shot at 2:25am CDT May 24, 2014.