Time lapse of stars.
The actual elapsed time showing the stars "moving" across the sky, (in actual fact its the earth moving) was; 1 hour 26 minutes. First exposure was at 21:29 final exposure was at 22:55 on 22 March 2004, pointing at Ursa Major (the plough): Location; Haworth, N53 50.039 W001 57.021
A frame was taken once a minute, and each exposure was 15 seconds long at 200 ISO, aperture at f5.6. You can see Wisps of cloud quickly go past in the timelapse.
The file size is 250kb and will take 1 - 3min on a 56k modem, you will need flash.