You probably already guessed it, but New York City really does look like a giant night-light from space. This 400-millimeter satellite photo was taken by the crew aboard the International Space Station on March 23, 2013. Basically, nearly every nook and cranny of the greater New York region is lit up to the nth degree, excepting the city's various parks and green spaces. (Central Park is that dark thin rectangle near the center of the photo.) That razzmatazz in the middle there is Times Square, home to the biggest and brightest stars on Earth. Maybe.