Screening Room: Why the Our Galaxy Is Cool in Winter

By David Schonauer   Thursday January 11, 2018

Many astronomers and stargazers prefer to look up at the stars in the summertime, in part because the brightest part of our own galaxy, the Milky Way, is more visible to us then. But the winter sky holds countless gems, notes French nature photographer and cinematographer Adrien Mauduit, whose short film Galaxies Volume II: Wonders of the Winter Night Skies  is now a Vimeo Staff Pick. He shot the film over the past year in a variety of locations.

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