HOUSTON (KXAN) — An image captured 2.7 million miles away is giving the first look at Jupiter from NASA’s Juno Spacecraft.
The atmospheric features of the planet are visible, including the famous red spot. The image also shows three of Jupiter’s four largest moons, according to the Associated Press.
NASA says they are excited because the photo shows the Junocam survived its first pass through Jupiter’s extreme radiation environment.
The spacecraft arrived earlier this year, after a five-year journey from Earth.