Just to the lower right of the moon is a clutch of stars known as the Beehive Cluster, or Praesepe, in the constellation Cancer, and to the right of that is the planet Saturn.

The Earth, meanwhile, sports some shining lights of its own. The International Space Station was flying above Scandinavia when this image was taken, allowing city lights to pierce the black of night.

The Aurora BorealisThe Aurora Borealis. Photographed from the ISS

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