NASA astronaut captures incredible photo of Chicago from space

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Here’s a view of Chicago that you don’t normally see — from the International Space Station.

NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted out this gem early Wednesday morning:

It’s not the first time we’ve seen Chicago from up high.

Astronaut Mike Hopkins, who has tweeted out other stunning earth photos, shared this one in 2013, from a slightly different position:

Hopkins also took what is perhaps the most amazing space selfies of all time:

h/t: ABC 7 Chicago

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