A week ago NASA announced that the Mars Curiosity Rover had made a discovery that was worthy for the “history books”, well it turns out it wasn’t that groundbreaking after all.

The news of the undiscovery came from Guy Webster who talked to the Time magazine said that the news “won’t be earthshaking, but it will be interesting.” Which I completely agree with as everything discovered by NASA is generally interesting, he continued to say, “As for history books, the whole mission is for the history books.”

The news last week lead a lot of people to thinking that the company had discovered nitrogen on the red planet as the release said the discovery came from the SAM tool on the Curiosity, but after all it was not to be.

Via: Time

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