I'm really interested about the Juno mission launched in 2011. The spacecraft will reach Jupiter on July 4, 2016, in couple days from when I write this question. It will orbit Jupiter 37 times collecting all different sorts of data, and at the end of the mission, it will deorbit, or just fly into Jupiter's atmosphere and burn up.
There is a visible-light camera/telescope onboard of Juno, so it will be able to take pictures. Since it is able to take pictures, would it be able to record and send the video of how does travel through Jupiter's atmosphere look like before it burns up? I couldn't find the answer anywhere.
It would be awesome to have a real footage of flying through Jupiter's clouds, wouldn't it?