Could this be proof of life on other planets? Typically, where there's water, there's a good (or at least, better) chance of some form of life. There is apparently a sub-surface ocean on Europa (one of Jupiter's moons), and this announcement has to do with that.

According to an article in IFLScience.com:

On Monday, September 26, at 2pm EDT (7pm BST), NASA is going to reveal “surprising evidence” of activity on Jupiter’s moon Europa. In a short statement, NASA said this evidence “may be related to the presence of a subsurface ocean on Europa.” So, it’s going to be pretty exciting. "

This big announcement will not be broadcast via video, but there will be audio streamed online that you can listen to by clicking here.

I'm a nerd, I admit it. I'm all about this kind of stuff - I excelled in science, math, and trades in college. No joke, I was originally going to college for Environmental Sciences. Somehow I ended up in radio, how's that for a complete 180 degree turnaround?

[via IFLScience.com]