NASA's Juno spacecraft will begin orbiting Jupiter this July 4th, after traveling 5 years in space.
This is not the first time NASA has made history on the Fourth of July. Here's a few times we celebrated Independence Day in space, without Will Smith...
1982: President Reagan welcomes astronauts returning from a space shuttle test flight, declaring the Columbia space mission a go!
1997: The very first Mars Rover touches down on the red planet, a milestone in Mars exploration.
2005: The first man-made object is landed on a comet. NASA smashes a space probe into Comet Tempel 1 at 23,000 mph.
2006: The space shuttle Discovery launches as astronauts deliver supplies to the International Space Station. They spend July 4 and the next two weeks orbiting Earth.
Click through the gallery Scott Kelly playing water ping pong in space...