full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuqLEuYs-CY
The astrophotographer is a young man from Germany and has a lot of mainstream press, and promotes all the typical mainstream theory.
More info can be found at http://jwastronomy.com/Stratos/Stratos-at-Night
As an aside, he claims to have captured the ISS transit across Jupiter.
I find the following quote from the site to be interesting, and strangely familiar.
So he wanted to make a video nobody has ever seen before. I think that is very strange, that a space agency hasn't bothered to make a video like this before. I'd very much like to see the view from a rocket ascending in the daylight, to encounter a sky full of stars. As usual, they let the puppy-dog-eyed amateurs do it for them.I'm happy to tell you that my Stratos Project is going one better with Stratos at Night.
My latest launch was a full success and over 20 Million people all over the world watched the result.
Since then I wanted to go further and wanted to make a video nobody has seen before.
Launching a weather balloon at night, capturing the stars and the city lights like the astronauts see them from the international space station.