Why are the photographs from space does not see the stars?
Many people wonder why the photos from the International Space Station or space shuttle can not see the stars. It turns out, the answer is quite simple. While living on earth, we used to watch the stars in the night sky, although it would seem, in space the sky is always dark as night. But things are not so simple.
In the afternoon the sky light in the world due to light scattering in the atmosphere. In space or on the moon is not like the atmosphere, and the sky remains dark even in the daytime. But this does not mean that it is not the same "light" on Earth. Looking out the window space station astronaut will see the same amount of sunlight, if not more than we can see from his window in the clearest day.
If we want to take a picture on a sunny day, we usually choose the Quick exposure and aperture on our camera.
So, an astronaut or a companion should do the same, to take pictures of bright objects in the cosmos. Due to this, astronauts can get good pictures of the Earth or the Moon's surface, but the stars are visible in the photographs, as in space, they do not emit enough light to appear in the photographs.