NASA is announcing a new discovery about Mars on Thursday.
The Curiosity Rover, which has been roaming the Martian surface for nearly six years, beamed back the data that led to the finding.
You can watch NASA scientists reveal their discovery live tomorrow at 2 p.m. ET. Here's how.
NASA's Curiosity Rover has found some new and exciting information about Mars, and the space agency is announcing that discovery to the world on Thursday.
The Curiosity Rover launched from Earth in November 2011...
Humans will "absolutely" be in Mars in the future, NASA chief scientist Jim Green told USA TODAY. And, the first person to go is likely living today, he said.