BlipSix months and 25 billion cubelets later, a champion has dug his way to the 'life changing' prize.
A new sampling from the Mars rover indicates the Red Planet was at one time capable of supporting living organisms.
It may not be the epic announcement initially billed, but Martian soil has revealed a complex chemistry including water and sulfur.
NASA definitively announced that no organic material was found on Mars, but Mercury is a different story.
A NASA spokesperson backpedaled on the importance of recent Mars discoveries, which are merely "interesting."
The Curiosity team has caused a stir by claiming to have made a historic discovery on the Red Planet. Frustratingly, they won't tell us what it is.
Remember the whoops and hollers when Apple announced it would allow iPhone software updates over the air?