NASA have just announced that during its exploration of Mars, the Curiosity rover has discovered some the results that they say is “gonna be one for the history books.”

They haven’t mentioned what the data is just yet as it must be rechecked but a good guess could be that they have found possible life sustaining materials on the red planet, or the Curiosity rover has found aliens, one of the two really.

NASA did confirm that the data has come from the SAM tool, which consists of a gas chromatograph, a quadrupole mass spectrometer, and a tunable laser spectrometer, all of which can be used to measure levels of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen, otherwise known as the life building blocks.

Which certainly backs up the theory that the rover has found something life-sustaining on the planet, that mixed with the radiation levels being not too dangerous for human life and you have a winning formula.

Via: SlashGear

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