NASA scientists has been patiently waiting for that highly awaited radio signals from Juno. On July 4 at around 8:53 p.m. PDT while America celebrates Independence Day, Juno sends its highly awaited confirmation that it had completed its 35-minute engine burn to signify its presence on Jupiter. Juno's task on Jupiter was to take slice images of the giant planet on its circling rendezvous giving Earth scientists ideas and possible answers to their theories on the quest to know more about our existence in this universe. Juno was so far the fastest thing created by man to ever reach such far and the first spacecraft to get its closest encounter to one of the massive planet ever known to man. Let's all cheers for the sake of science and knowledge of our own universe.!