It's not looking good for the comet-landing spacecraft.
And it's still warning us about Earth-bound coronal mass ejections.
To add to the spookiness, NASA says it was probably the corpse of a dead comet.
And they think it comes from before the Solar System was formed.
NASA says that Comet Lovejoy "really lives up to its name" by emitting the equivalent of 500 bottles of wine a second. Oh yeah, and it might unlock the secrets of the origins of life!
Oh, and it could be a boon for space mining, too.
Things are heating up for everyone's favourite comet.
Seven studies assess new data from the Philae lander, which woke up from hibernation on June 13.
It's a radical explanation for Comet 67P's features.
Meet the interstellar warriors of Spaceguard.
The European Space Agency will now fund the Rosetta mission through to September 2016.