The MOST space telescope has ben in space over 10 years, making discoveries about the interiors of stars. At a cost of just 10 million $CDN, it has been one of the most successful astronomy space projects ever. The telescope outlived its projected one-year lifespan providing data which will be studied for decades. The legacy of MOST is the fact that it was a small, relatively inexpensive spacecraft which was designed for a specific purpose - and it performed exceedingly well.
The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) announced that the project would be terminated September 9, 2014. According to the CSA: