Okay, here's a wiggler of the Southern Skies! They're DENSE! They're DARK! (If it's night when the camera was on.)
If it won't wiggle, go HERE.
This is the Night Sky above Siding Spring Observatory located in New South Wales, Australia. The picture is the latest taken by the fisheye CONtinuous CAMera (CONCAM) in operation there.
More explanation of what you're seeing HERE. Also temperature, weather, time, etc.
One thing that Comet McNaught's discoverer Rob McNaught does here in Siding Springs is survey the Solar System for Big Rocks -- comets, meteors, asteroids -- that might/could veer into a collision course with Earth and smash the crap out of us. Just like in the Sci-Fi movies! Other astronomers in the Northern Hemisphere survey their skies for dangerous wandering Big Rocks.
It is the southern hemisphere counterpart of the Catalina Sky Survey (CSS) located in the Santa Catalina Mountains on Mt Bigelow, near Tucson, Arizona, USA. SSS is jointly operated by the University of Arizona and the Australian National University, with funding from NASA.