KMSP - NASA’s Juno spacecraft has almost arrived in orbit around the fifth rock from the sun to start a one year mission to explore the planet’s atmosphere ,and try to get a never before seen look at its surface. And while on the home stretch of its journey, Juno has been sending back unbelievable never before seen pictures. This is one of them. Well, a bunch of them actually. A time-lapse gif put together by NASA showing just how beautiful our largest planetary neighbor can be. If you’re not awe struck then there’s no pleasing you. Juno is set to land in orbit on July 4th.