1. The featured image above was taken on Feb. 1, 2014 by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
2. The first ever image of Earth from space was taken in 1946 “from an altitude of 65 miles by a 35-millimeter motion picture camera riding on a V-2 missile launched from the White Sands Missile Range.”
3. While orbiting Saturn, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft took this image of Earth and its moon on July 19, 2013.
4. Carl Sagan’s famous description of Earth as a “pale blue dot” references Voyager 1’s image of Earth taken in 1990.
5. Here’s a wide-angled camera view of Earth taken by Cassini on Sept. 15, 2006.
6. This image was taken during Apollo 17’s lunar mission. The astronaut pictured is Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 17 lunar module pilot.
7. This is the first ever image taken of Earth from a non-lunar planet.
8. This is a great image depicting the distance of the Moon from Earth taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft on Aug. 26, 2011
9. This is a stunning image capturing Saturn and its rings and the Earth and Moon in a single frame.
10. This is the first ever image of the Earth and Moon in a single frame taken by Voyager 1 on Sept. 18, 1977, at a distance of 7.25 million miles from Earth.