NASA is ready to share significant news about their recent mission to find out if there's water on the moon.
A group of scientists will hold a news conference Friday at the NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field in Mountain View to discuss the findings from last month's moon impact mission.
The Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite slammed into a frigid crater in the lunar south pole on Oct. 9, in an attempt to kick up proof that ice exists on the moon.
All eyes were on the sky during the mission but on broadcasts of the event, it was impossible to discern any evidence of an explosion deep inside the crater, and no plume emerged immediately following the event.
NASA spent $79 million on the experiment.