NASA’S leading space boffins are gathering today to break the silence on two major Mars discoveries unearthed by the Curiosity Rover. An expert UFO hunter has now told Express.co.uk NASA could have found evidence of life on Mars.
Very little is known about the details of the conference and NASA’s findings are under strict embargo until the event.
But popular UFO hunter Joe White has told Express.co.uk ahead of the conference NASA could be preparing to drop an alien life bombshell.
Mr White claimed the US space agency may have come across evidence of microbial organisms below the dusty surface of the Red Planet.
Mr White said: “I would imagine NASA might announce evidence for microbes from some of the recent drill samples that were taken by the Curiosity rover.
“I very much doubt they will admit the existence of fossilised remains and statues laying around as I have demonstrated with some of my recent videos and press articles.”
On his UFO YouTube channel, ArtAlienTV, Mr White combs through hundreds of photographs taken by NASA’s various Martian rovers.
I would imagine NASA might announce evidence for microbes
Mr White now claims NASA is not ready to admit to what he has been trying to expose for years.
He said: “NASA won’t admit previous intelligent life, especially if we are going to colonise Mars in the near future as is now being proposed.
“So it would be a lot more convenient if everything is dead on the surface at least.
“So that is the narrative we will get pushed and also why colonisation is a one-way ticket.”
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The event will be chaired by Michelle Thaller, NASA’s assistant director of science for communications.
The event will also host a raft of panellists: “Ashwin Vasavada, Mars Science Laboratory project scientist, Chris Webster, from NASA’s Pasadena-based Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Paul Mahaffy, director of the Solar System Exploration Division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and Jen Eigenbrode, research scientist at Goddard.
NASA’s conference will also stream live on Facebook Live, Twitch TV, Periscope, UStream and NASA Television.