So far I know there is only bad news.
To track the stars for a longer period you´ll need an astronomic mount. I don´t know about a "simple" tripod with such function. And regretly, such astromounts are (very) expensive.
In astronomy, the mount is THE (THE!)
most important part of a telescope to ensure that one can take great pictures of celestial objects.
I´m doing astronomy since 1973 (also studied it), but I never saw an ad of such a tripod in astronomical magazines. Perhaps I overlooked it, then someone else should reply on this!
So, without such mount you can photograph the stars, with those arcs on the picture. With everything else you can´t expose too long, because everything will be blurred (by earth´s rotation). I find it always amazing when an object is in the middle of the field of view in the telescope how fast it "runs away" if you don´t have the possibillity to track it.
Sorry to must give such answer!