Today ESA released ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter's first photo of Mars, taken from a distance of 41 million kilometers. It's no more detail than you can get through a pair of a binoculars, just a little taste of what's to come.
The original photo had only about 15 pixels across Mars' disk; it's been enlarged here. I couldn't resist playing with the photo a little, reducing it to its original resolution and, because why not, coloring it in a Mars color.
ExoMars will enter orbit on October 19. A major trajectory correction maneuver is planned for July 28. Go ExoMars!