If you have ever gotten really stoned and wondered what Michigan would look like from space, well, today your THC-induced curiosity can rest.

Astronaut Scott Kelly, who has been a mission for NASA for over a year, aboard the International Space Station, recently tweeted a photo of the Great Lakes region, calling the area “unmistakable,” even in darkness.

Reports indicate the photo was taken from about 250 miles above the Earth’s surface.

Interestingly, Kelly’s time in space breaks a new record. NASA is reportedly keeping him there for a total of 522 days in order to study the effects long-term space exploration can have on the human psyche.

Well, let's face it kids... if Mr. Kelly is spending his evenings posting photos of Michigan to his Twitter account, there is a pretty good chance that bastard has already lost his mind.