We've seen all manner of wondrous sights looking to the stars (just check out WIRED's Space Photo of the Day for proof), but it's pretty cool when our space-faring scientists turn the cameras back toward Earth — and hey, there's us!
A member of the Expedition 38 crew at the International Space Station shot this night photo of Salt Lake Valley. You can see a large version of it here. For all you camera enthusiasts out there, the astronaut used a Nikon D3S, with a 600 millimeter lens.
Though the unnamed astronaut took the photo Dec. 12, NASA just posted the image Monday to its Earth Observatory website.