From NASA/JPL: The Curiosity rover took a photo of the Earth and Moon as seen from Mars. The photo was taken about an hour and a half after sunset on Mars–Earth as an “Evening Star.” Advertisements
The Juno spacecraft flew by Earth on its way to Jupiter back in October. EarthSky has posted photos Juno took of the Earth-Moon system during the fly-by. In the animation, you see the spinning Earth and the moon sweeping by in its orbit.
Monday’s Astronomy Photo of the Day was actually a time-lapse video: A view of Earth as the MESSENGER spacecraft flew by on its way to Mercury 8 years ago.
NASA has released a slideshow of images taken of the Earth (and Moon) on July 19 by the Cassini spacecraft in orbit around Saturn.
The Astronomy Picture of the Day for May 30 shows the moon’s shadow during the annular solar eclipse earlier this month. Very cool! http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120530.html
From NASA/JPL, a beautiful photo of the Earth and Moon from 6 million miles away: Jupiter-Bound Space Probe Captures Earth And Moon – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.