Is there life on Mars? NASA will answer that very question soon. One chief scientist says they're close to "making some announcements" and "it will be revolutionary." Does that mean "aliens?" Who knows - but Planetary Science Division director Jim Green is adding to the intrigue by saying "I don't think we're prepared for the results."
“What happens next is a whole new set of scientific questions," Green notes. "Is that life like us? How are we related? Can life move from planet to planet or do we have a spark and just the right environment and that spark generates life - like us or not like us - based on the chemical environment that it is in?”
NASA launches another rover in July to hunt for extraterrestrial life. It's expected to touch down seven months later on a crater with a history of having water.
Source: The Telegraph