No, not me... although close ;-) The NASA/JPL Voyager satellites just had their 40th birthday!
The two spacecraft have been launched in August and September 1977 and are still sending data which allow unprecedented studies of the solar system and its boundary the heliosphere. The current status of the mission and the instruments onboard is given here: Voyager mission status
Voyager 1 crossed into "Interstellar space" in 2012 and Voyager 2 is currently in the "heliosheath", the outermost layer of the heliosphere where the solar wind is slowed by the pressure of interstellar gas but still present. Voyage 1 therefore provides the first direct measurements of galactic cosmic rays, unaffected by the solar wind. In addition to the science program, the voyager crafts also provided the first and only pictures of our solar system from the 'outside'. Looking back towards the sun in 1990, voyager 1 took a series of 60 snapshots showing this family picture of 6 planets: