"We [may] have at our fingertips the starting materials of planet formation from 4.6 billion years ago."
The space instrument COSIMA has collected 35,000 particles of dust from the comet.
Events like these occur dozens of times each year. Why was this one special?
The two finalists for a future mission now have to prove their worthiness.
What if humans could take over meteor showers and make them perfect Instagram fodder?
Scientists aren't sure what it is or where it came from, but they're positive it's pretty weird.
You'll need a pair of good binoculars and a little patience.
Scientist traces the trajectories of 300,000 stars and found the ones most likely to brush past us in the future.
Tomorrow is Asteroid Day—an annual event to highlight the risks asteroids pose to Earth.
The asteroid will pass relatively close to our planet.
The good news ends there.
A new study is the first ever to show that impacts may create peptide chains.
Probe "speaking" for first time since its botched landing on a comet in November.
The washing machine-sized craft is now resting in the shadow of a cliff on the celestial body and appears to be surrounded by rocks, preventing sunlight from reaching the solar panels.
After a bumpy start, the Rosetta Mission lander is safely on the surface of 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, collecting science data and images and sending them back to Earth.
The International Rosetta Mission made history Wednesday when a small robotic lander will attempt to touch down on a comet for the first time.