NASA team has scheduled a short trajectory correction for Juno spacecraft on July 13 to refine the orbit around Jupiter. Juno successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit on July 4. The engineers and scientists are now working for a swift Juno’s operation around the largest planetary inhabitant. “We are in our planned 53.4 day orbit. Now we are focusing on preparing for our fourth and final main engine burn, which will put us in our 14-day science orbit on October 19,” informed Rick Nybakken, project manager for Juno from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.