The news is under tight wraps, but spoiler alert: It's definitely not Nibiru.
The lipstick-shaped satellite has already done incredible science, whatever news Thursday's announcement brings.
The secret is in the structure of asteroids, which look surprisingly like Swiss cheese.
The launch depends on good weather, but then it will be smooth sailing 127,000 feet up.
It's the very latest in spa treatments for planets that just want to be pampered.
"Man, the changes would be so much bigger than anything we've ever seen."
A key version of an element could be a sign of life elsewhere.
We may have more to thank planetesimals for more than we realized.
Modern geese are terrifying enough as it is, but this ancient goose-like dino would have been even more of a nightmare.
One of the stars that collided had to have been at least 6.6 miles across—absolutely tiny compared to our sun.
The device will look for stars like our own sun and examine planets similar to Earth.
The caves have eerily straight walls and ceilings, and sections are full of water.
Scientists keep proving the theory of equivalence right, even when they kind of don't want to.
Humans living in space also, inevitably, means bacteria living in space.
Before the Iron Age, there was the Space Iron Age.
Ice, ice, baby—and flowing ice, at that.
If you aren't willing to accept the evidence Earth is round, what do you do with Mars, Jupiter and the rest?
The finding means we may need to add places like Pluto and Eris to our list of potentially habitable destinations.