Here’s an interesting video that none of us will have time to watch in its entirety, even though it is beautiful enough that you might want to. It features nearly 6.5 hours off footage of the night sky, shot in realtime, from the Mather Overlook in the Great Basin National Park in Nevada. If you watch it long enough, you’ll be able to see the stars start to move over time as we follow their trail across the sky. This would be fantastic on a high definition TV for those nights you’re “camping” in the basement or on the living room floor because your regular campsite got rained out.
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