While shooting a Moon set with the Milky Way timelapse near the White River in South Dakota. I caught a meteor with a persistent train. It lasted for 68 frames of the timelapse then moved out of frame to the left. In real time it was over a half an hour. It takes a real bright meteor to show up this well in a frame. The timelapse looks real cool, that will be on my next video. Click the images to view full size. The first image was taken at 9:05 pm on October 1.
See a slowed down timelapse of this on Temporal Distortion
You can see the start of it on the left of the flash.
The Persistent train lasted over a half an hour, then moved to the left out of the frame. It is the orange cloud where the meteor was.