Actually, there are two outputs DUP HASH160 PUSHDATA(20)[78ce48f88c94df3762da89dc8498205373a8ce6f] EQUALVERIFY CHECKSIG and RETURN PUSHDATA(36)[aa21a9ed9463ee420b10cbad1d997bfa132a89dc9ba3de04e7233e6e6954f1bc339ebb1a]
The strange point is the first output has 12.77303443 BTC, the second is 0 BTC.
There are two questions about this transaction.
1) How the coinbase could have more than 12.5 BTC?
2) What is the purpose of the RETURN PUSHDATA(36)(...), actually, in theory, this output can never be consumed by anyone, becuase there is no OP_CHECKSIG or similar OP at the end to return true in the Script stack.