Curiosity rover sent by NASA to scrutinize Mars a while ago, has made a fairly promising discovery, according to NASA officials, although not completely decrypted yet.
No public statement of what the object could represent exactly has been made yet, but an announcement made yesterday by the U.S. National Public Radio suggests big news is to be expected in a few weeks, VR-Zone
NASA officials say that intense research is going on and that they have great hopes related to what the result could be.
“We’re getting data from SAM as we sit here and speak, and the data looks really interesting,” declared investigations' leader John Grotzinger, SAM being the name given to the arm of the rover to whom we owe the discovery.
The material will certainly be “one for the history books. It’s looking really good,” John Grotzinger added.