Ithaca, N.Y. — Wowza.
Cornell University posted an image on its Facebook page on Thursday showing the movement of the stars above the foreground of Uris Library and the McGraw Tower.
Here it is:
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Tompkins County Public Library
The 21st Century Library Campaign
Cornell’s Facebook page explains:
“This image shows the movement of stars around Polaris (the North Star, which remains constant) over a period of about an hour.”
“100 pictures were taken at regular intervals with long exposure and then combined to get this image. Beautiful shot by Supriya Mishra!”