The Clockwork Angels tour includes a video dedication to astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, who died on August 25, 2012.
Every single thing Neil says about his second daughter, Olivia, born in August of 2009. Every. Single. Thing. He made her a picture book explaining why he was away from home so often and that he'd always come back because he hates being away from her when she asked questions about why daddy wasn't home much. He loves her so much, he is willing to write her her own childrens' book to help her deal with him not being there. Awww!
If you don't, you will after reading his March 2014 update, Not All Days Are Sundays, featuring tales of snowshoeing, sledding, and other wintry family fun in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec in February 2014. (Beware of the Mood Whiplash straight into Tear Jerker territory about midway through, though.)
The ending to Cygnus X-1. When the protagonist sees the two gods fighting, he convinces them to resolve their differences and work together. In response, they make him Cygnus, God of Balance. Not only does it prove that these gods are more noble than their original counterparts, but it's also great to see the protagonist having that kind of reward after being sucked through a black hole. What's more, it has a happy ending unlike 2112 .