• so﻿ good looking!

• Although he may have not meant this the shutter would technically be slower due to the speed the ISS travels at. relative to Earth it would be slower, on the ISS it would seem normal. Though at 1/25th of a second﻿ I don't think the difference could be measured by any conventional means.

• What was his comment? He deleted it.﻿

• Really cool video!﻿

• You could reboost 450 tonne ISS by swinging 7 tonne Progress﻿ on a tether. You could spin up over 1 day to reduce power requirements. If ISS acceleration is kept to 0.0185 m/s^2, the tether must be 24.7 km to get 170 m/s Progress velocity. Kevlar 49 tether would be 4 mm diameter (safety factor 4) and would weigh 447 kg.

Doubling the ISS acceleration allows halving the length of the tether but tether mass remains the same.

• Lol﻿ cool looks like a 3D

• Neither. Why would it? If you set the speed to 1/25th﻿ of a second, the shutter will be open for 1/25th of a second whether you are on Earth or in space.

• I wonder does the shutter shoot faster in space when taking photos or is it slower.﻿

• They don't,﻿ they take sponge baths.