What are the space crafts in space presently?

The only manned space craft is the international space station which is in earth orbit. There are countless earth-orbitting satellites, most of them are there for communication (telephones etc.). Notable artificial satellites are the Hubble Space Telescope and the Kepler Space Telescope.
The Lunar Reconnassance Orbiter takes super-high resolution images of the moon, perhaps in preparation for future manned missions. Also there is the Chinese Chang'e 2 probe.
As for other planets, we have the Venus Express orbiter around Venus and the MESSENGER spacecraft orbitting Mercury.
On Mars there is the 2001 Mars Odyssey orbiter, Mars Express, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Mars Global surveyor.
In the asteroid belt there is the Dawn spacecraft and several others.
There are no spacecraft orbitting Jupiter, the last one being Galileo which was sent to burn up in the Jovian atmosphere so the erase the possibility of contaminating the moon Europa, which may have sub-surface oceans with life.
Saturn has one orbiter, the Cassini spacecraft which primarily studies Saturn's moons, particularly Titan and it dropped at landing probe called Huygens to it's surface in 2005.
No spacecraft orbit Uranus or Neptune, but the New Horizons probe is heading towards Pluto and will arive in 2015.
4 probes are beyond that, Pioneer 10, Pioneer 11, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 which all observed the outer planets about 40 years ago.
There are also numerous spacecraft that orbit the sun, but all of the major ones have been listed here.