WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles® ) – The National Aeoronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is expected to announce on Monday that scientists have discovered on the surface of the red planet what appears to be debris from earth.
NASA is preparing to reveal the “major science finding” in a special news conference that will take place at 11.30 a.m. EDT (4.30 p.m. BST) on Monday to be broadcast live on NASA TV. Reporters will be onsite and asking questions by phone, while the public can get involved via #AskNASA.
Because of the ground-breaking discovery, scientists are now speculating that human life could exist in Mars.
The debris consist of rusty man-made equipment which resemble those of film cameras, recorders and lighting paraphernalia.
In advance of the news conference, The Adobo Chronicles® interviewed key inside sources at NASA who spoke on the condition of anonymity. They confirmed that the debris were, indeed, equipment recently left behind by a film crew from earth.
We contacted 20th Century Fox, distributors of the upcoming Matt Damon starrer, ‘The Martian,’ but executives refused to confirm or deny that the debris found in Mars had anything to do with their movie which is set to be released worldwide next week.
We’ll just have to wait for the official NASA announcement on Monday.