On Halloween (31-Oct-2018) NASA Goddard announced that Lucy has a green light:
All I have are these links which are now getting a little old
and the images below. Note it's drawn in Jupiter's rotating (synodic) frame.
While the JWST has had a planning orbit solution in Horizons for quite a while now (still no launch in sight) for Lucy there is nothing. And the difference is that Lucy is a clockwork-like rendezvous with seven different asteroids moving within Jupiter's Trojan asteroid groups in funky orbits.
Is a more detailed trajectory available anywhere?
I could try to link them up myself, in a non-rotating frame the orbit is probably a more conventional-looking heliocentric ellipse, and it's the two asteroid groups that pass through Lucy's aphelion one after another.
But if there's more orbital-mechanical details out there, that would be great to see.
Fifty years ago today (June 1), The Beatles released their album 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band,' which included the iconic song "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds." The popular song was critically acclaimed for evoking a surreal dreamscape, along the lines of Lewis Carroll’s classic "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" fantasy. John Lennon said it was inspired by a drawing his son Julian — then age 3 — had made of a nursery school classmate named Lucy.
Photo from the 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' album. Credits: ©Apple Corps Ltd.
The Lucy fossil, photographed in 2009. Credits: Jason Kuffer (via Creative Commons) CC BY-NC-ND 2.0