The Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) aboard NASA's New Horizons spacecraft snapped this view of Jupiter February 10, 2007. The spacecraft was 18 million miles (29 million kilometers) from Jupiter. At this range, Jupiter was 1,015 LORRI pixels across — nearly filling the imager's entire 1,024 by 1,024 pixels field of view. This will be LORRI's last full-disk image of the planet.
Features as small as 180 miles (290 km) are visible. Both the Great Red Spot (on the limb at lower left) and the "Red Spot, Jr." (lower right, near the planet's edge) are visible.