The videos below are time-lapse astronomy videos from the famed astro-videographer and club member, Doug Bock.

Clouds, Milky Way, Aurora Time-Lapse

Star Trails  Time-Lapse

Great Lakes Star Gaze Circumpolar Time-Lapse

Assembling the Orion xx14G Time-Lapse

Star Party, Milky Way Time-Lapse

2015 Astronomy at the Beach and Time Lapse

Star Party, Milky Way Time-Lapse

Star Party, Milky Way, Aurora Time-Lapse

Clouds, Milky Way, Aurora Time-Lapse

The animation below shows the geocentric phase, libration, position angle of the axis, and apparent diameter of the Moon throughout the year 2011, at hourly intervals. The Current Moon image is the frame from this animation for the current hour. This marks the first time that accurate shadows at this level of detail are possible in such a computer simulation. The shadows are based on the global elevation map being developed from measurements by the Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter (LOLA) aboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). LOLA has already taken more than 10 times as many elevation measurements as all previous missions combined. The Moon always keeps the same face to us, but not exactly the same face. Because of the tilt and shape of its orbit, we see the Moon from slightly different angles over the course of a month. When a month is compressed into 12 seconds, as it is in this animation, our changing view of the Moon makes it look like it's wobbling. This wobble is called libration. The word comes from the Latin for "balance scale" (as does the name of the zodiac constellation Libra) and refers to the way such a scale tips up and down on alternating sides. The sub-Earth point gives the amount of libration in longitude and latitude. The sub-Earth point is also the apparent center of the Moon's disk and the location on the Moon where the Earth is directly overhead. This video is public domain and can be downloaded at: ‪http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?3810

Chris Bayus' fantastic video of Mars from the 2020 opposition 

April 12, 2022 Chrs Bayus recorded a solar transit of the ISS from his backyard .  The video is slowed to 1/3 actual speed.