In order to identify what 2004 EW95 was made of, the team studied the light reflected off of it.
The asteroid is up to five times the size of the space rock that exploded over Chelyabinsk in 2013.
You might be able to catch a glimpse from your own backyard.
It will approach our planet at about four miles per second.
There could be thousands of rocks from distant solar systems just killing time in our neighborhood.
But don't worry, NASA says it has zero chance of colliding with Earth.
"The telescope is kind of like a great big flashlight where you're turning it on and turning it off."
The meteorites may have come from a potentially habitable asteroid.
They expected it to be like a bunch of other meteorites they'd seen—and stumbled on a puzzle instead.
Thanks to incredible scientific technology, we're spotting more and more asteroids every year.
It's dark, it looks like a skull and it made its last close approach on Halloween 2015. What is the universe trying to tell us?
The secret is in the structure of asteroids, which look surprisingly like Swiss cheese.
This giant asteroid is set to come a bit too close for comfort in mid-December.
Nibiru is not going to destroy the world, and these three possibilities are not likely to either.
Scientists are cracking the secrets of this object, first spotted on October 19.
You have never had luck this terrible.
Scientists aren't sure what it is or where it came from, but they're positive it's pretty weird.
International asteroid warning network to be put to the test by 50ft-wide asteroid.