This week, we saw NASA spacecraft Juno's first pictures from Jupiter and the deepest view yet of the Orion Nebula.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks down here on Earth, as our country struggles with seemingly intractable issues like gun violence, racism and inequality, not to mention a contentious presidential election.
Sometimes, it takes a view from space to confirm the world is still spinning on its axis properly.
NASA spacecraft Juno’s first pictures from Jupiter kicked off a banner week for space images.
Then, for the second time this year, NASA captured an image of the moon passing between one of its satellites and Earth.
A creature was discovered on a deserted planet…
… and we got our deepest look yet into the Orion Nebula.