In efforts to promote “The Juno Mission,” NASA has partnered with Apple Music to recruit artists to contribute new music to celebrate their mission to Jupiter’s orbit on July 4th. The songs are all universe-inspired, and are designed to “enhance the agency’s efforts to inform and excite the public about dramatic missions of exploration like Juno.” In addition to Weezer, Trent Reznor, GZA, and others, Jim James of My Morning Jacket has also contributed to the project in marking the historic occasion.

The song, “Everything (The Universe),” features Lydia Burrell and is currently available on iTunes. You can listen to a clip of it below:

According to Rolling Stone, the song morphs from a “spectral, moody opening” to “travelling at warp speed, finally exploding into a psychedelic guitar freak out in the latter quarter of James’ space opera.” The song’s final lyrics read: “The universe can only be as big as my mind.”

The Juno Mission’s Twitter account has been keeping up to date with all developments, including this sound bite of the exact moment the spacecraft entered the planet’s magnetic field:

According to NASA’s website, “Juno will plunge into uncharted territory, entering orbit around the gas giant and passing closer than any spacecraft before…But first it must pass the trial of orbit insertion.”

[Photo by Jason Koerner Photography]