My Favorite Celestial Display Videos

Two comets visible from the southern hemisphere are caught in this lovely timelapse by Alex Cherney:

Timelapse of some fantastic Northern Lights sequences over Norway:

Beautiful aurora shots set to the Theme from Gladiator:

Filmed over the course of 7 days at Spain’s highest mountain, El Teide, renowned as one of the best places in the world to photograph stars, and set to “Nuvole Bianche,” one of my favorite Ludovico Einaudi songs to play on piano:

Gorgeous time-lapse video of 7 years worth of meteor showers by Thomas O’Brien, which was also featured by The Huffington Post:

Time-lapse work of sky art by photographers Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic entitled YIKÁÍSDÁHÁ, which is Navajo for Milky Way or “That Which Awaits the Dawn.” This piece combines remarkable views of the cloud crossing skies over the American west, the Milky Way and the bowl of stars spinning around the North Star.

Compilation of timelapse sequences taken on top of Mauna Kea in Hawaii by Sean Goebel:

360-degree time-lapse video by photographer Vincent Brady:

Do you have a favorite video depicting a celestial event? Leave your thoughts and suggestions in the comments!


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