Ink in a pen on an artificial satellite

In an artificial satellite, a space traveler tries to fill a pen by dipping it in ink. The amount of ink filled in the pen as compared to the amount of ink filled on the Earth's surface will be:

A) less

B) more

C) same

D) nil

The answer is B) more but I can't understand why?
Is it because the acceleration due to gravity, $g$, is less there, so the ink rises faster?

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What is the mechanism by which the pen is filled? Capillary action? – Brandon Enright Dec 7 '13 at 5:10
Nothing is said about it in the question. But yes, I think it is capillary action. – Ris97 Dec 7 '13 at 5:12

So, it is because of reduced $g$ or gravity up there, right? – Ris97 Dec 7 '13 at 5:50
@Ris97 $g$ isn't really reduced but because orbiting objects are in free-fall the acceleration isn't felt as a force – Brandon Enright Dec 7 '13 at 6:03