Vincent van Gogh was onto something when he envisioned the landscape and the heavens pulled into taffy swirls of light.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch shared her own artful view of a starry night with a composite image captured from the International Space Station.
"City lights, stars, lightning storms, even satellite flares.
A composite of individual photos stacked on top of each other to show all the amazing things we see at night out our window," Koch tweeted on Wednesday.
Koch has a lot of time to contemplate the wonders of orbiting Earth.
She's on an extended stay on the ISS that will eventually earn her the record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman.