On long range, we do a lot of night flights. Many are eastbound, shortening the night because we are flying with the rotation of the Earth and towards the rising Sun. Westbound flights give us extremely long nights, even in the summer, as our own motion counteracts the Earth's movement around its axis. Stars seem to stand still over hours as we glide through the night sky, like the Milky Way in this photo. 8 second exposure at f/2.0 and ISO 12800, @olympuskameras OM-D E-M5ii.