Everything's going as planned and Juno is "firing on all cylinders," NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab reports. Early data returns are coming in now, including the above photo, taken as Juno orbited over Jupiter's north pole at 437,000 miles above the surface. This is the first time NASA's switched on Juno's entire suite of instruments, aimed to spy on our biggest brother and report back. Its visible light imager, JunoCam, will deliver high-res images in the coming weeks. Thirty-five more close flybys are yet to come.