What has NASA found on Mars? Space agency to announce new findings from its Mars rover Curiosity
What has NASA found on Mars? Space agency's upcoming announcement has sparked a widespread frenzy from scientists and UFO hunters alike.
The space agency has not divulged specific information about what it may have found, leaving many to wonder what intriguing details will be learned about the red planet. Today, NASA will be hosting a live discussion to reveal the findings uncovered from its Mars Curiosity rover.
NASA's Curiosity rover landed inside Mars's 96-mile-wide Gale Crater on August 6, 2012, and since then it has been probing the Red Planet's geology, climate and the question of whether or not it has ever supported microbial life.
Now, the rover has seemingly made a new discovery which will be revealed this Thursday, according to the space agency.
NASA has scheduled a live discussion for 2 p.m. ET focusing on "new science results" from the rover, although the nature of what has been found remains to be seen as no details will be made public before then.
How to watch
The stream will start on 2 p.m. ET on Thursday, according to a NASA news release. Viewers can tune in either on NASA Television or the live page on NASA's website. The stream will also be hosted on a variety of other platforms, including Facebook Live, Twitch and YouTube.