You could say NASA's Juno is a bit of a sentimental spacecraft. When it took off for Jupiter, revving up its speed by 8,800 mph, it couldn't help but grab some farewell shots of its home.
For a home movie filmed from 600,000 miles away, the footage may be grainy, but it's also spectacular.
Earth and the moon are captured in a low-resolution dance set against the inky void of infinite space beyond them. This is what we'd look like to curious UFOs. … Read more