NASA’s Juno spacecraft sends first image back while orbiting Jupiter

The ambitious spacecraft has sent the image, while it was 2.7 million miles away from the planet. Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot, as well as three moons: Io, Europa, and Ganymede is clearly visible. NASA said the fact that the image was captured indicates that the spacecraft, survived through Jupiter’s extreme radiation environment.

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