Also, there will be a Space Symposium this Friday at Convocation Hall starting at 7 PM, hosted by the U of T space club, ASX. There's a great line-up of speakers, including Dr. Mike Brown, one of the co-discovers of the "10th planet". Tickets are only $10. Highly recommended.
And welcome back Stardust, which parachuted down safely after a seven-year flight in space. It collected pristine samples from the earliest days of the solar system from Comet Wild 2, and maybe also some grains of true interstellar dust.
Finally, the first Pluto probe, New Horizons, is standing on the launch pad ready to go. Cross your fingers!
UPDATE: Dang, launch scrubbed due to high winds. They'll try again tomorrow.
UPDATE UPDATE: Double Dang, launch scrubbed again, due to thunderstorms in Maryland knocking out the primary power to the control center there. They'll try again tomorrow (Thursday).