Credit: MIKE SHAW/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Bristlecone pine and Milky Way. Time-lapse footage of the Milky Way in the night sky over a bristlecone pine tree. Bristlecone pines such as Pinus longaeva are among the longest-lived organisms on Earth, with some being several thousand years old. At the start of the clip, the tree is illuminated by the Moon, which later sets. Footage filmed in California Bristlecone National Forest, California, USA.

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Bristlecone pine and Milky Way, time-lapse footage

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Duration: 00:00:26.09

Frame size: 1080x1920

Frame rate: 10

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Format: QuickTime, Photo JPEG 100%, progressive scan, square pixels

File size: 319.6M

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Capture format: Nikon D800E

Frame size: 7680x11504

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