Here are two time-lapses of the night sky from two very different perspectives. The first one is the standard watch the stars pass by overhead in a circle around the viewer. It’s pretty nice, Aryeh Nirenberg created it by leaving his camera on all night on Assateague Island in Maryland.
I do enjoy watching the stars pass by, it’s quite relaxing. This next video is a different take on the tradition. The stars are moving because the earth is moving through space, and rotating around it’s axis. Most people experience this by having the foreground stationary and letting the stars spin. AlphaPhoenix reversed that and has the stars stationary and the foreground rotating around Polaris, the North Star.
It’s actually, quite dizzying to be honest. I’m not a fan of it.