I have made several animations, based on images I captured over a certain period of time.
Here is my Tutorial showing how to make an animation.

Animation of Solar Activity in AR11195
April 22, 2011 09:13 - 10:51 UT.
More Solar images.
Animation of Solar Activity in AR11195
April 21, 2011 10:23 - 11:49 UT.
More Solar images.
Animation of Solar Activity in AR11193
April 21, 2011 09:56 - 10:21 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x operating at f/25 [focal length 1000mm] and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
14 AVIs of 30 seconds @ 10 fps.
Imaging and Processing as per my Sun in Ha: Webcam Imaging and Post Processing Tutorial; Stacks:150 frames
Imaging: I used the Interval Timer of K3CCDTools to automatically image during 30 seconds followed by an interval of 90 seconds.
FIRST TIME AUTOGUIDED Solar Imaging with my LX200 + ToUcam webcam [a sunspot acted as autoguiding object]
Processing: Registax 5 [Batch mode], K3CCDTools [text added + animation].
Conditions: a perfect day, temperature +23.9 C, wind 0-1 bft.
More Solar images.
Animation of Solar Flare in AR11193 [257 Kb]
April 20, 2011 09:18 - 09:42 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x operating at f/25 [focal length 1000mm] and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
From a total of 103 AVIs only 13 showed a flare: 13 AVIs of 30 seconds @ 10 fps.
Imaging and Processing as per my Sun in Ha: Webcam Imaging and Post Processing Tutorial; Stacks:150 frames
Imaging: I used the Interval Timer of K3CCDTools to automatically image during 30 seconds followed by an interval of 90 seconds.
Processing: Registax 5 [Batch mode], K3CCDTools [text added + animation].
Conditions: a perfect day, temperature +16.4 C, wind 0-1 bft.
More Solar images.

Animation of Prominence [476Kb so loading might take some time]
March 19, 2011 11:56 - 12:50 UT.
More Solar Ha images
Animation of Prominence [531Kb so loading might take some time]
October 25, 2010 09:11 - 10:31 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x operating at f/25 [focal length 1000mm] and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
More Solar images.
Animation of Hedgerow Prominence [2.2Mb so loading might take some time]
October 21, 2010 09:41 - 10:39 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x operating at f/25 [focal length 1000mm] and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
Imaging: I used the Interval Timer of K3CCDTools to automatically image during 15 seconds followed by an interval of 45 seconds.
Processing: Registax 5 [Batch mode], K3CCDTools [manual alignment], Irfanview [Batch cropping + Histogram adjustment], K3CCDTools [text added + animation].
More Solar images.
Sunspot Group AR1092
August 2, 2010 10:30 - 11:30 UT.
It is nice to see what happened in just one hour.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x operating at f/25 [focal length 1000mm] and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.

Sunspot AR1056 - Geese (??) Flyby ....
March 18, 2010 11:12 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x operating at f/25 [focal length 1000mm] and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
16 unprocessed frames made into an animation with Animagic
More Animations.

Cycle24 Sunspot 1024: change in 46 hours
July 4 & 6, 2009.
Animation of my images of July 4 and 6, 2009 clearly showing the change of sunspot 1024 in roughly 46 hours. Imaging: LX200 10-inch f/10 [focal length 2500mm], Baader Infra Red Blocking Filter; Baader Solar Filter; SC3a b/w RAW camera.







Animation of Solar Prominence.
March 30, 2009 10:15 – 11:39 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
Imaging as per my Sun in Ha: Webcam Imaging and Post Processing Tutorial: 81 AVIs of 15 seconds @ 10 fps.
Processing: Registax 5 [Batch mode], Irfanview [Batch cropping], K3CCDTools [animation].







Animation of Solar Prominence [colourised].
March 30, 2009 10:15 – 11:39 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
Imaging as per my Sun in Ha: Webcam Imaging and Post Processing Tutorial: 81 AVIs of 15 seconds @ 10 fps.
Processing: Registax 5 [Batch mode], Irfanview [Batch cropping], Photoshop [colours], K3CCDTools [animation].
Comet C/2007 N3 - Lulin [animation of the racing Comet]
March 2, 2009 20:00 - 21:13 UT.
Of the 130 frames captured I used 1/3 for this [7 Mb !!] animation [done with K3CCDTools].
Shortly after the start of the animation you can see an airplane moving in the lower left corner; at the end of the animation something seems to encounter the comet, most likely a satellite.
Comet C/2007 N3 - Lulin and 4 Galaxies: animation
February 28, 2009 22:12 - 22:20 UT.
This animation clearly shows how fast this comet travels.
The animation was prepared in K3CCDTools [text added with the Output Filter], Photoshop [curves and levels] and Animagic [animation].
Animation of Prominence: approx. 4.8 x 10.3 Earth.
[Click the thumbnail to see the full sized version of 700Kb]
Please note the balls of fire going up and down.
November 12, 2008 11:06 - 11:48 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
Animation of Solar Prominence: approx. 5 x 3.3 Earth.
[Click the thumbnail to see the full sized version]
November 8, 2008 11:11 - 11:47 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST piggybacked on LX200 with Televue Powermate 2.5x and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.

Partial Solar Eclipse: August 1, 2008 08:39 - 10:14 UT.
This animation was made from individual images which were loaded into K3CCDTools and then exported as a GIF file.
Click the thumbnail version to view the full size animation (file size 4.6 Mb)
More about the Partial Solar Eclipse of August 1, 2008

NGC1275 Group of Galaxies.
February 4, 2008 18:57 - 19:15 UT.
Imaging: William Optics Zenithstar 80 ED II APO F/6.8 [focal length 545 mm], ATK16IC camera, Astronomik L filter.
Exposures: Lum 2x120s + 3x420s; unguided. RGB not captured.
Blink comparison of my image with the same area from Megastar.
Comet 17P/Holmes approaching Mirfak (alpha Persei): animation.
November 16 and 18, 2007.
Animation made from my images of these dates.
Comet 17P/Holmes - 95 hour motion.
November 7, 2007 20:07 - 20:16 UT and November 11, 2007 19:47 - 19:55 UT.
This animation is a combination of 2 images I captured on the above dates.
It nicely shows the motion of the comet in roughly 4 days.
Comet 17P/Holmes - 13 hour motion.
November 7, 2007 07:03 and 20:07 - 20:16 UT.
This animation is a combination of an image captured by comet expert Gary Kronk and my own image of November 7, 2007.
It nicely shows the motion of the comet in roughly 13 hours. This animation could only be made by intercontinental cooperation.
Of course you can see the same animation on the website of Gary Kronk where a lot of background information plus a wealth of other images is waiting for you.

Polaris nicely in the centre.
September 19, 2007 19:38 UT - September 20, 2007 01:06 UT.
While camping along the Loire, France I noticed that I had a rather nice view at Polaris.
So I mounted my SC3 Colour webcam with 10mm SLR Photolens on a static tripod and hoped for the best.
Click here to see the skies in motion.
In the centre is Polaris; the animation consists of single unprocessed frames with a 10 minute time interval.
The animation was made in K3CCDTools by using the Text Output Filter to add the time and the Export function to create the GIF file.

And here is another animation: [15Mb so be patient while loading: it is worth it !]
Processing: K3CCDTools to export to bmp; in Starmax I imported the bmps and did - Process Left Column - Processing - AddMaxLum and Savesteps,
which generated output bmps, which I imported in K3CCDTools to create the gif file.

NGC2403 - Galaxy.
March 8 and 9, 2007
This animation show the difference between William Optics Zenithstar 80 ED II APO, f/6.8 with a focal length of 545 mm and
my LX200 10-inch at f/3.3, focal length 1015mm.
July 23, 2006.
NGC 6826 - Planetary [Blinking] Nebula.
The difference between 25 and 65 seconds exposure .....
April 10, 2006 22:58 - 23:20 UT.
Comet 73P-B Schwassmann-Wachmann.
This - non clickable - animation shows that this comet travels fast:
Calsky reports the following:
hourly motion: dRA= 86.8"/h dDec= 55.5"/h.
I used K3CCDTools to measure the length of the star trails in my other image:approximately 29 arc seconds, so roughly 79.1 arc seconds per hour.
April 5, 2006 18:58 and 23:15 UT.
Animation of the Rima Ariadaeus and Rima Hyginus area.
This animation is the fruit of international cooperation.
It appeared that on April 5, 2006 at 23:15 UT my good friend Simon C. Smith [United Kingdom] imaged exactly the same area I had imaged at 18:58 UT from The Netherlands.
Together we decided to combine our images into this animation.
Simon used his 8-inch Meade Starfinder with 2x Barlow and made a nice mosaic; my image was captured with my LX200 10-inch f/10.
Please note the play of light and shadow in the big crater [Manillius] at the top of this animation, and also the two craters [Agrippa] and [Godin] at the bottom.
Also watch what is happening on the left hand side of the images.

Partial Solar Eclipse as imaged in The Netherlands.
October 3, 2005.
Click the thumbnail for the larger version (1.6 Mb)
I have also made an ASTROSHOW of this annular eclipse, where you can browse through the indivual frames manually or automatically (with user defined viewing speed).
To the Annular Eclipse page
Solar animation.
September 10 through 20, 2005 while camping in France I was able to image the sun every day with a huge sunspot as bonus.
This animation shows that the sun indeed rotates, and also that the sunspot changed during this period of time.
All images were captured with my 300mm SLR Photolens, Baader Solar Foil and Baader Infra Red Filter with SC3a b/w RAW camera.
The animation was made in Animagic.
IC1318 - Large nebular complex around Gamma Cygnus [with M29 and NGC6888].
August 26, 2005 22:01 - 22:23 UT.
This blink comparison between my image and the Megastar chart nicely shows the objects.
Made with Astrowave [to determine the rotation angle and scale], Photoshop [layering and positioning] and Animagic [animation]

The rotating Sun
July 19 - 28, 2004.
Animation of Active Region AR 0652.
All images were captured with my 300mm SLR Photolens, Baader Solar Foil and Baader Infra Red Filter with SC3a b/w RAW camera.
The animation images were prepared in Photoshop and finalized in Animagic.
Moon: The libration
March 23 through 27, 2002
The libration explained.
Here is is the famous animation by António Cidadão.
Moon: the eclipse of November 9, 2003
The animation is 1857K, so please be patient while loading ..

Comet C/2004 Q2 - Machholz
January 12, 2005 18:41 - 19:28 UT.
During this period of 38 minutes C/2004 Q2 - Machholz covered a distance of approximately 3.5 arc minutes.


Note: thumbnail is not clickable
Jupiter with GRS and approaching Ganymede and - further away - Callisto.
March 17, 2005 23:14 - March 18, 2005 00:12 UT.
Jupiter with approaching and hiding Io.
March 23, 2004 20:38 - 21:01 UT.
Jupiter with Ganymede in transit.
February 13, 2003, 21:57 and 22:01 UT.
Jupiter with the shadow of Io on the surface of Jupiter and Io leaving Jupiter.
February 10, 2003 00:04 - 00:40 UT

Note: thumbnail is not clickable
Perseid Meteor
August 12, 2004 01:08 UT
A 5 frame animation of the beginning and the end of a Perseid meteor.

Not really animations but yet showing what happens over a period of time are my Venus Transit Astroshows:
VENUS TRANSIT June 8, 2004 10 minute interval sequence of the whole transit
VENUS TRANSIT June 8, 2004 the ingress at 12 seconds interval
VENUS TRANSIT June 8, 2004 the ingress, cropped, enlarged x2, at 200 milliseconds interval
VENUS TRANSIT June 8, 2004 the egress at varying intervals