The space age may be in its infancy, but it’s here yet no one seems to care.
NASA‘s Juno spacecraft is set to travel to Jupiter by July of 2016, and is outfitted with a slew of special equipment to track, test, and observe space.
One sensor is a special camera “optimized to track faint stars” which recently had a very unique view of the Earth and our moon.
From 600,000 miles away, Juno captured one frame at a time and sent the footage back to Earth to be processed into this very special video.
Already, the clip has amassed over half a million views!