'Time lapse video of night sky in Fort Davis, Texas.'
Anyway, I was wrong. Because the sky moves so slowly each frame represents a 20-second exposure. This means the camera is much more sensitive to light than the human eye, which means that the visuals on the Milky Way are a good deal more vivid than you have ever seen before.
Recommended to astronomy fans.
ETA - I've watched it on two computers, and it looked much better on the desktop than the laptop.