:CASSINI: Has now been orbiting Saturn for 10.5 years. :Juno: Launched Aug 5 2011, arrive at Jupiter Jul 2016. :New Horizons: – launch Jan 19 2006, flyby of Pluto 14 Jul 2015. :Rosetta: In orbit around comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko since 6 Aug 2014, the lander Philae may or may not wake up as the comet approaches the Sun. End of mission Dec 2015. Dawn: To arrive Ceres 6 Mar 2015, expect a picture of Ceres on 26 Jan 2015 as it gets closer. Opportunity: – Launched 7 Jul 2003 and still alive. In Dec 2014, NASA reported that Opportunity was suffering from “amnesia” events in which the rover fails to write data in one of the rover’s seven memory banks. NASA aims to force the rover’s software to ignore the failed memory bank. :Curiosity: Still very active in Gale Crater. Mission officially “extended indefinitely”. :Mars Express: – On 19 Oct 2014, the ESA reported the Mars Express is healthy after the Comet Siding Spring flyby of Mars. Launched in Jun 2003, it’s had five mission extensions so far. Voyager 1 & 2 – Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 still alive and expected to last until 2025. :Messenger:– Due to die soon, but on 24 Dec 2014 NASA revealed a plan to extend the Messenger mission at Mercury an extra month by using its propulsion system pressurant for reaction control. :Akatsuki: Akatsuki was launched on 20 May 2010, by JAXA, and was planned to enter Venus orbit in Dec 2010. However, the orbital insertion maneuver failed and the spacecraft was left in heliocentric orbit. Another attempt will be made when it again approaches the planet in 2016. Venus Express – Launched Nov 2005, Venus Espress was shut down in Dec 2014 [ So Venus is currently un-observed]. Look forward to BepiColombo. This is a joint mission of ESA and JAXA to the planet Mercury. The mission comprises two satellites to be launched together: the Mercury Planetary Orbiter (MPO) and the Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter (MMO). The mission will perform a comprehensive study on Mercury, including its magnetic field, magnetosphere, interior structure and surface. It is scheduled to launch on 9 Jul 2016. Mars Orbiter Mission is India’s first interplanetary mission. Launched on 5 Nov 2013, it has been orbiting Mars since 24 Sep 2014. Mars Odyssey is the oldest spacecraft orbiting Mars that is still operational. Launched 7 Apr 2001. Mars Reconnaisance Orbiter, launched 12 Aug 2005. Still operational. MAVEN, launched 18 Nov 2013, (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN Mission) arrived in a highly elliptical orbit around Mars on 22 Sep 2014. Operational. The above is a comprehensive list by a scientist on another forum that I found awesome and worth repeating. I think we can be rather proud.