Astronaut Scott Kelly shares breathtaking photo from space of Lake Michigan

**HOLD FOR STORY BY JASON KEYSER**In this photo taken Wednesday, June 29, 2016, tourists walk along Chicago's Lake Michigan waterfront and near the site where George Lucas wanted to build his Star Wars museum in Chicago. Friends of the Parks Director Juanita Irizarry led the obscure nonprofit that stood its ground and blocked Lucas' private museum from being built on Chicago's prized lakefront. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

Photos of Lake Michigan FROM OUTER SPACE?!?! Say no no more.

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An American astronaut – Scott Kelly – tweeted a photo of Chicago and Lake Michigan late Wednesday night and it has since blown up.

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As you can see in the picture below – even from space you can see the bright lights of the Windy City.

You can also view Minneapolis along with the southern part of Lake Michigan and the west side of the Lower Peninsula, including Grand Rapids.

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But the best part of this photo is when you look to the north – where you can see the northern lights phenomenon (aurora borealis).

Encore Scott Kelly! You are out of this world.

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