NASA released a stunning image of Earth, shot from the International Space Station (ISS) when it flew roughly 240 miles overhead, capturing the dazzling city lights of Europe at night.

The image, taken on Jan. 22, shows the lights of Belgium and Netherlands at the bottom center, while the British Isles are slightly blocked by the solar array panels of the ISS. The image has North Sea at the left center and Scandinavia at the right center, beneath the end of the space station's robotic arm.

NASA has also released videos of Earth from the space, including the one in which Comet Lovejoy is visible over the Earth at night.

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