It’s time to represent the starry sky. It’s necessary in this case to create a new layer (Create new layer) and choose the Paint Bucket Tool (G) of black color. Place this layer upper than the previous layers and upper than the layer of the big planet (on the layers’ panel).
Apply for the last layer Filter>Noise>Add noise
Apply the layer’s parameters: Blending mode-Linear light
Make also a mouse’s click on the lowest part of the layers’ panel on Add a Mask option. After that it’s necessary to select the Brush Tool (B) with blurred edges, diameter – 300 and black color to erase the unnecessary part of our picture.
Try to picture now a meteorite. Create a new layer and choose a standard brush on it – Brush Tool (B) of white color and diameter – 7 to represent a patch and than apply the Eraser Tool (E), Opacity of 30% to clean out a little the meteorite’s tail.
Now we have to represent the meteorite’s reflection. In this case we’ll make a copy of the last made layer and select the Free Transform option to turn over the copy and to place the copy exactly it is shown below. Fill 50% on the copied layers.
Create another new layer (Create new layer) and select on it the Rectangular Marquee Tool (M), mark out the necessary area and paint it in this color – #0000FF, choosing for this operation the Paint Bucket Tool (G)
Apply the next layer’s parameters: Fill 29%
Blending mode- Color Burn
Using the same instrument – Rectangular Marquee Tool (M), try to mark out the appropriate area and select one more time the Paint Bucket Tool (G) to paint the marked place with #898989
Apply for this layer the next selection – Filter>Noise>Add noise
One more filter’s option should be applied on the layer: Filter>Blur>Motion blur
The parameters of the same layer: Fill 50%
Blending mode-Soft Light
The picture is finished!