Juno snaps its first pic of Jupiter

Image indicates spacecraft healthy after navigating gas giant’s harsh environs

Jupiter and its moons

PLANET PORTRAIT  Jupiter and three of its moons (left to right: Io, Europa and Ganymede) pose for a July 10 family portrait. It’s the first snapshot taken by the Juno spacecraft since arriving at the planet on July 4.

JPL-Caltech/NASA, SWRI, MSSS

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