Jupiter flashes a smile at the Solar System in this photo created by citizen scientist Randy Ahn. He used data from NASA's Juno spacecraft to make the image. Jupiter was only half-lit from Juno's point of view, so Ahn reflected the image.
The European Space Agency landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time on Wednesday (Oct. 19). The Schiaparelli lander's fate is unclear, but its mothership Trace Gas Orbiter entered Mars orbit as planned.