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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Here’s one from Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado: http://tinyurl.com/2be7fso
what is that nebulous looking thing at the end of the film?