After reaching the farthest point of Jupiter's orbit, Juno is now on its way back to the planet. The orbit will be completed on Aug. 27 when the spacecraft will also execute the nearest passby above its cloud tops.
Juno reached the farthest point of Jupiters orbit on July 31 at about 5 million miles or 8 million kilometers away from the planet.
Juno engineers are set to make minor changes in the spacecraft's trajectory.
The Juno spacecraft is less than 10 days to Jupiter. From a distance of 6 million miles on June 21, JunoCam was able to spot Jupiter and its four largest moons.