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NASA is set to release details of a major scientific finding on Monday and speculation points towards signs of flowing water on Mars. So far, the American space agency hasn’t revealed any other details other than the finding is related to its ongoing exploration of Mars.
originally posted by: odzeandennz
so this thread is about the announcement of NASA's Mars Mystery Solved, or the speculations of the announcement?
maybe something cookie like, there was once life on Mars, and it started from life on earth!
originally posted by: wildespace
This deflated and disinterested attitude from the general public (and as show in this thread) is exactly why NASA and other space/science agencies have to ramp up their discoveries and their progress of knowledge about the world and the universe we live in as "a mystery solved".
originally posted by: ArMaP
It looks like Lujendra Ojha has been studying those dark lines that look like liquid flows, so it could be related to that.
originally posted by: Mastronaut
I didn't see this posted yet and with keywords like "september 28th" you can imagine how hard it could be finding out if it's already posted somewhere
Seems NASA is going to announce something about Mars mystery
(Nature Geoscience has Embargoed Details until 11 a.m. EDT Sept. 28)
NASA will detail a major science finding from the agency’s ongoing exploration of Mars during a news briefing at 11:30 a.m. EDT on Monday, Sept. 28 at the James Webb Auditorium at NASA Headquarters in Washington. The event will be broadcast live on NASA Television and the agency's website.
News conference participants will be:
· Jim Green, director of planetary science at NASA Headquarters
· Michael Meyer, lead scientist for the Mars Exploration Program at NASA Headquarters
· Lujendra Ojha of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta
· Mary Beth Wilhelm of NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California and the Georgia Institute of Technology
· Alfred McEwen, principal investigator for the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) at the University of Arizona in Tucson
So, life was found? The reason for the demise of the planet are confirmed? or something less mundane and into the realm of pseudo-science?
Anyone heard rumors about this?
originally posted by: Wide-Eyes
a reply to: Mastronaut
Just like every other 'announcement', it will be disappointing.