The two finalists for a future mission now have to prove their worthiness.
A whole bunch of scientists will be at the edge of their seats, and you can be too.
The finding could be a breakthrough for space travel and the search for life.
We already know there's at least one planet out there, so it's hard to resist looking for life.
NASA thinks strange gravitational waves could be the key.
Three more astronauts have arrived at the International Space Station.
The technology could halve the speed of commercial flights.
The astronauts also have plans to see the new "Star Wars" movie.
Friday's Falcon 9 launch and landing was succesful, perhaps ushering in an age of reusable rockets.
Strange signals suggest MU96 has a "moonlet."
The news is under tight wraps, but spoiler alert: It's definitely not Nibiru.
The giant fish population is shrinking at an alarming rate due to excessive fishing, net accidents and tourism.
The lipstick-shaped satellite has already done incredible science, whatever news Thursday's announcement brings.
The launch depends on good weather, but then it will be smooth sailing 127,000 feet up.
The recently patented technology could one day save an astronaut from becoming lost in space.