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Home Forums Observing and Imaging Group A different kind of astronomy timelapse – Fixed stars

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    Sumitra
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    Hey all!

    I’ve tried a different kind of timelapse, where as opposed to traditional ones, I show how we (the earth) rotate rather than the stars! 🙂

    I hope you like it! Feedback welcome!

    Sumitra

    Here’s one with just fixed stars:

    Here’s one with 3 different perspectives of seeing the earth rotating: Stars moving, Startrails and then the earth moving.

     

    Ugh – sorry no BBCode for Flickr videos >((

    • This topic was modified 5 years, 4 months ago by Sumitra.
    #7446
    Tej
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    That’s a clever and inspiring mix, Sumitra.

     

    #7447
    Brian Blake
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    Fascinating, have watched a few times.  Good to see a different approach. Nice one Sumitra

    #7449
    Sumitra
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    Thank you so much both!!!

    i am going a little crazy as it is on 6th place on Explore, 5.8K views! Insane haha

    #7453
    Andy Sawers
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    Sumatra, that video is inspired! The static stars/moving Earth idea is brilliant. I’ve sometimes wondered if it was possible to do such a thing and bang! You’ve done it!

    The music is pretty cool, too!

    #7454
    Sumitra
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    Andy, thanks for your kind comment! I have been thrilled by all the attention this timelapse has received! Just amazing how many new followers I’ve got! And the comments just had me… lost for words.

    I love the music too!

    Making the 3rd part of this timelapse was absolutely frustrating. It was only out of sheer frustration I finally found a way to do it after 2 days and a lot of growling. My screen took a bit of a beating, but all in all it was well worth it! 🙂

    The state of my physical screen after aligning stars for fixed stars  timelapse!! by Sumitra_S [/url], on Flickr

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