Juno completed its fifth flyby to Jupiter. The spacecraft arrived on the gas planet's orbit in 2016 and its next flyby is set to occur on July 11.
Less than nine months after Juno entered Jupiter's orbit, it will perform its fifth flyby. The flyby is expected to produce more scientific data about some features of the planet including its complex magnetic field.
NASA's Juno spacecraft completed its third flyby to Jupiter. During the close approach, the spacecraft's JunoCam was able to capture the "string of pearls" series of storms on the surface of Jupiter.
Juno has been stuck in the wrong orbit since the failed engine burn that was supposed to take place last Oct. 19. So far, no reports yet as to when NASA plans to perform the engine burn. But a Jupiter flyby is already set next month.