Almost in spite of its decline, Spitzer’s last months will be jam-packed with science. The biggest challenge between now and its end will be avoiding any anomaly that could render the telescope unusable before its appointed end. But presuming everything runs smoothly, Spitzer will collect a vast hoard of data during the next seven months that will take decades to analyze and soften the blow of the gap until the JWST—including observations of dwarf stars, the center of our galaxy and, of course, exoplanets.