UPDATE (Dec 14, 3:30 Pacific time): Coincidentally, NASA will be holding a press briefing Monday at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern) about New Horizons. It will be streamed on NASA TV.
A PlutoCam? Well, kinda.
The New Horizons mission will launch in January and head off to distant Pluto, which some people seem to think is a planet. Even if it isn't, New Horizons is an incredible mission, and it'll take more than 9 years to get there.
The spacecraft is currently sitting in a clean room at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. While it's in final prep for launch, the folks down there have set up a webcam so you can see the progress on it! That's cool. Well, mostly cool; when I looked this morning all I saw was this:
I'll keep watching to see if any guys in those environmental bunny suits start crawling on it.
Tip o' the Bad Hat to Restiffbard for the link.