And it could teach us about the early solar system.
46P/Wirtanen will be fuzzy, green, and visible with the naked eye.
They both orbit the sun, but they're very different.
An 'Oumuamua by any other name would still be as fascinating.
But we won't know until we get there.
The latest from Rosetta's smashing mission
Putting the "pee" into Comet 67P
A very special delivery
Making an impact
Sometimes you just need a rocket that flies at 2 million miles per hour
Frozen drinks anyone?
Habitable? That's downright hospitable
What to expect as the Rosetta mission follows Comet 67P to its closest encounter with the Sun
A "dramatic outburst event"
Landin' ain't easy
Look out beloooow
It may use the time to try some risky maneuvers
Now if only scientists can establish a longer, stronger connection
“Can you hear me now?”
Even with a missing lander, the mission is sending back primo info
The Rosetta mission beams back color photos of Comet 67P
What it might mean for finding life beyond Earth
The Rosetta mission is about to land where no spacecraft has ever landed before.
Now comes the hard part: actually landing.