Celestial rotation viewed from Gran Canaria

This is a time lapse video of stars apparently rotating around Polaris star.
Polaris, also called the North star, is quite low in the sky due to the video has been done from Gran Canaria at 28 degrees lattitude.
This time lapse has been done by Andrew Lockyer during his holidays in Gran Canarias.
Andew is deeply concerned about the understanding of the place where mankind is living.
He came to the astroGC astronomy workshop during his holidays and also took this video from his resort in South Gran Canaria.
Thank you for sharing Andrew, and thank you for participating actively in our astronomy workshop.


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