The Milky Way over Texas

This 45 sec­ond time­lapse video of the “Galac­tic Cen­ter of the Milky Way” ris­ing over Texas Star Par­ty (2009) just gets more spec­tac­u­lar as it rolls along. William Castle­man cre­at­ed this sequence using a Canon EOS-5D, with expo­sures at 20 and 40 sec­ond inter­vals. This com­ple­ments nice­ly Stéphane Guis­ard’s panoram­ic view of the Milky Way tak­en from the Ata­ca­ma desert in Chile. See the The Milky Way in 360 Degrees here.

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