In case anyone was wondering, the Deep Space Climate Observatory, also known as DSCOVR, is a relatively new satellite. Launched on February 11th, 2015 on board of a Falcon 9 rocket, DSCOVR is in alissajous orbit at the Sun-Earth L1 Lagrangian point. Its mission is to study solar phenomena as well as the climate of Earth.
We received the first pictures of Earth from DSCOVR on July 6, 2015, a little after a hundred days after DSCOVR was launched. In addition to the pic op posted, you can view the dedicated website NASA set up for all pictures taken by DSCOVR. I particularly like this gif of the moon transiting the Earth taken on July 16, 2015.