Friday Fun: How to Take a Selfie in Zero Gravity in Space (VIDEO)

We've reported before on how NASA uses Nikon DSLRs when aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Now we've seen a humorous video demonstrating how they use those cameras to shoot selfie photos of themselves at work in the ISS.

In the below video, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev demonstrates how to take a selfie in zero gravity while aboard the ISS. The most interesting thing to us about this clip – aside from his well-timed use of flash – is how casual and professional he handles this outer space environmental self-portrait. Almost like he's done it many times before!

Here's a photo of another Russian cosmonaut showing off his arsenal of Nikons in zero gravity. Have a great weekend.