During a year that likely will be remembered most for things that didn’t happen or things that went wrong it was nice to hear over the weekend about something that actually did go right. Spacex astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are back with us on earth, having landed in the Gulf Of Mexico Sunday afternoon at the end of a history making commercially funded mission to and from the International Space Station. They were plucked from their space capsule safe and sound with a 2-month long mission behind them in the waters off the Florida Coast. Their return went off without a hitch even though a tropical storm was threatening the area at the time. Coverage of the event was over shadowed some by coverage of the Coronavirus and talk about stalled efforts in congress to come up with a virus stimulus package but it was noteworthy to say the least. Corporate and government scientists worked successfully together to orchestrate a mission that made history at a time when it’s nice to hear of something: anything that went like it was planned. That’s the way I see it.