Vincent van Gogh was onto something when he envisioned the landscape and the heavens pulled into taffy swirls of light.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch shared her own artful view of a starry night with a composite image captured from the International Space Station.
A composite of individual photos stacked on top of each other to show all the amazing things we see at night out our window," Koch tweeted on Wednesday.
Koch has a lot of time to contemplate the wonders of orbiting Earth.
We've seen some heart-stopping views from the ISS, including glowing auroras and dancing moonsets, but Koch's composite is a dynamic way to witness what the astronauts see.
It captures time, light and movement in a single image.
Van Gogh would have liked it.