NASA has made new discoveries on Mars, and will reveal the ''major discoveries'' at a press conference tomorrow.
The US space agency NASA claims to have solved one of the planet Mars' mysteries, on their website.
NASA will not tell more about what specifically they have discovered before a press conference to be held Monday.
The organization states that it has done a "major discovery from the organization's ongoing exploration."
Monday's press conference will be broadcasted live on NASA's website, and will likely reveal new information that will be important for the understanding of the neighboring planet.
CNN writes that NASA has on several occasions called for press conferences like this when they have done particularly interesting discoveries - the last time was in July, when the organization announced the found of Kepler-452b, an alien planet that resembles Earth.
According to Business Insider Australia, speculation are increasingly that NASA will announce that they have found running water on Mars.
Some names on the list of those who will be present at the press conference has namely had journalists and bloggers to raise their eyebrows.
Lujendra Ojha is currently a PhD student at Georgia Tech University. Ojha made headlines in 2011 when he as a 21-year-old suggested that running water existed on Mars in the warmer months.
He had noticed irregularities on the surface images that were taken for another study of the Martian craters.
The news of the coming press conference has of course led to a flood of speculations on social media.
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