Moscow night lights from space

Night Light of Moscow from space (Russia) Src. Average luminocity for 10x10km area is 100% and for 50x50km: 85.2161%.

2016 2012 2003 1995

Analysis of Moscow night lights 2016

Square area 10x10 km:

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

Square area 50x50 km:

100 45.07%
90-99 20.48%
80-89 6.1%
70-79 6.6%
60-69 5.61%
50-59 4.14%
40-49 4.31%
30-39 4.88%
20-29 2.29%
10-19 0.52%
0-9 0%

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

Map coordinates:

56° 8' 45.3" North, 36° 54' 44.8" East

55° 45' 8" North, 37° 36' 56" East

55° 21' 16.2" North, 38° 19' 7.3" East

Distances WxH: 88×88 km

Fantastic image of Moscow 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 Moscow sort by population:
Presnenskiy 4.1 km =2.5 mi, 266°
Taganskiy 3.8 km =2.4 mi, 123°
Novyye Cherëmushki 6.1 km =3.8 mi, 199°
Lefortovo 5.5 km =3.4 mi, 73°
Dorogomilovo 3.1 km =1.9 mi, 265°
Zamoskvorech’ye 2.4 km =1.5 mi, 152°
Vorob’yovo 6.5 km =4 mi, 232°
Luzhniki 5.6 km =3.5 mi, 223°

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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