The European Space Agency released on Wednesday a photo with a spectacular view: the Rosetta spacecraft front and center, with 67P in the background.

Spacecraft “selfies” are always a treat and this one is doubly awesome: taken by the Philae piggybacked onto ESA’s Rosetta, it shows one of the spacecraft’s 14-meter-long (46-foot) solar arrays glinting with reflected sunlight while off in the distance is the double-lobed nucleus of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko!