Why are there no stars in pictures taken in space? One of the many excuses flat earthers give for denying space photographs are real, is the absence of stars. This is one of the oldest false claims flat earthers make. It is easily debunked with a simple explanation of how photography works. With my own camera, I demonstrate how taking photos of stars requires a long shutter speed. But when you do that, bright objects such as the earth or moon become overexposed. Another weak flat earth claim debunked. Why are there no stars in NASA photos? Now you know why.
The flat earth is debunked. Here are other videos in the Flat Earth Falsities series:
Oblate Pear Earth?
“Flat Earth in 5 Minutes” Debunked
Rob Skiba’s Fuzzy Ball Logic, and the Eye Level Horizon
Gravity, Density, and Buoyancy