astroengine wrote Looking back as he zooms in interplanetary space, less than a month in its 445 million mile, five-year voyage gas giant Jupiter, NASA’s Juno probe captured a picture of the Earth and Moon . Juno was 6 million miles away at the time. This is a remarkable show of people get to see too rarely, said Scott Bolton, Juno principal investigator from the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio. This view of our planet shows how Earth looks from the outside, showing a particular perspective of our role and place in the universe. We see a humble yet beautiful view of ourselves.
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