The goal of the Juno mission is to investigate the origin, interior structure, atmospheric composition, atmospheric dynamics, and polar magnetosphere of Jupiter. Juno launched in August 2011 and was inserted into orbit around Jupiter on July 4, 2016. Juno will make maps of the gravity, atmospheric composition, and magnetic field of Jupiter, as well as image the aurora and determine the plasma processes responsible for the aurora. First-time images of the polar region of Jupiter will be captured, and the new technique of passive microwave sounding will be used to study the deep atmospheric regions of Jupiter Ultimately, Juno will provide insight into the formation of Jupiter and so the origins of our solar system. SwRI has been heavily involved with the Juno mission, contributing the four-instrument Jovian Auroral Distributions Experiment (JADE) suite and the Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph (UVS).