Scientists have more thoughts on 'Oumuamua.
It could be something even cooler.
And in a great year for space exploration, that's saying something.
We're under a time crunch.
Despite what Harvard scientists say.
It defied the odds to discover thousands of planets.
And it's going to keep on smashing them.
Short answer: Because we changed the definition of the word “planet” to better fit its meaning.
Here are some highlights from its journey
From the Popular Science archives.
Deep Sea Meets Deep Space
High impact research.
Submarines and rovers will go for a dive on the moons of Jupiter and Saturn
Naming new worlds is a confusing mess
When NASA's OSIRIS REx probe launches on Sept. 8, it will be carrying this innovative tool
NASA's mission to Jupiter is brought to you by: the Sun, from 500 million miles away
This summer, the mission may get funding to travel to a mysterious rock at the edge of the solar system
The enormously ambitious mission faces a few challenges
Scientists are hot on the trail of our solar system's 9th planet
You are getting verrry sleeepy
If you can make it here, you'll make it anywhere
Stranger worlds to come
New Horizons scientist Leslie Young discusses what to expect from the flyby on Tuesday, and the 28-year wait leading up to it
This year's missions to the outer solar system are set to shake up the planetary family tree