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It can be easy to forget that our very own Milky Way galaxy is visible at night. Sometimes it takes beautiful nature footage, like this short film from Adrien Mauduit, to remind us how gorgeous the night sky can be. Filmed on the Tenerife Island, Canary Islands, this time-lapsed footage shows us what our naked eye can't always see.

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