After hibernating through winter and spring, the Philae probe is finally awake and could be ready to resume experiments soon.
Technically Incorrect: Philae, the European Space Agency's comet-exploring spaceship, contacts Earth after seven months to say it's OK.
Not long ago, the Internet was speculating that Comet 67P was on the reddish side, but a new image from the European Space Agency shows the comet goes for gray.
The Rosetta mission has sent back a bevy of up-close and personal photos of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko with a level of detail that boggles the mind.
Good timing allowed Rosetta's imaging system to witness a dust jet shooting out from the surface of Comet 67P.
The Rosetta spacecraft casts some shade on the surface of its comet buddy, creating an otherworldly shadow selfie from orbit.
The stunning result of a comet streaking across the lens of the 570-megapixel Dark Energy Camera could make backyard astronomers green with envy.
A lone-wolf comet buzzes the sun and surprises researchers by making it around to the other side.
A close flyby brought the Rosetta spacecraft to within just a few miles of the surface of Comet 67P for an eye-opening view of its boulder-littered surface.
Rosetta swoops near Comet 67P for a series of images highlighting the comet's fascinating surface features.