Madrid night lights from space

Night Light of Madrid from space (Spain) Src. Average luminocity for 10x10km area is 97.9371% and for 50x50km: 56.8742%.

2016 2012 2003 1995

Analysis of Madrid night lights 2016

Square area 10x10 km:

100 71.94%
90-99 21.26%
80-89 0.68%
70-79 5.44%
60-69 0.68%
50-59 0%
40-49 0%
30-39 0%
20-29 0%
10-19 0%
0-9 0%

Square area 50x50 km:

100 16.02%
90-99 14.37%
80-89 5.15%
70-79 6.79%
60-69 6.52%
50-59 5.98%
40-49 5.65%
30-39 7.48%
20-29 12.09%
10-19 11.44%
0-9 8.51%

Clear (daylight) street map image can be seen on geolist.org.

Map coordinates:

40° 56' 58.9" North, 4° 24' 20.5" West

40° 24' 59.4" North, 3° 42' 9.2" West

39° 52' 44.6" North, 2° 59' 58" West

Distances WxH: 119×119 km

Fantastic image of Madrid from space taken by astronauts [src2], but I don't have information about it's orientation, scale or angle. If necessary, it was rotated manually, so North points approximately to upper direction. Click to zoom in:

Some cities around Madrid sort by population:
Carabanchel 3.4 km =2.1 mi, 212°
City Center 0.2 km =0.1 mi, 355°
Arganzuela 1.9 km =1.2 mi, 163°
Salamanca 2.4 km =1.5 mi, 52°
Chamber√≠ 2 km =1.2 mi, 356°
Usera 3.1 km =1.9 mi, 176°
Retiro 1.7 km =1.1 mi, 102°
Moncloa-Aravaca 3.2 km =2 mi, 310°

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Sources (retrieved 2019-11-25):
» NASA, Earths city lights 1995
» NASA city lights 2003
» Earth at Night: Flat Maps 2012, 2016
Src.2: picture by Oleg Kononenko,†Roscosmos, retrieved 2019-11-29