Sorry (not sorry), it’s not a UFO. The strange people responsible are not part of the Galactic Federation of Lights and do not come to us from the Andromeda Galaxy. I can’t confirm that none of them are lizard folk. Those creeps are sneaky sneaky.
NASA is doing a live stream of its Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator at 9am PDT (11am CDT).
According to Earthsky, the LDSD will undergo a spin-table test:
During the broadcast, the 15-foot-wide, 7,000-pound vehicle is expected to be undergoing a spin-table test.
JPL’s Gay Hill will host the program while LDSD team members will answer questions submitted to the Ustream chat box or via Twitter using the #AskNASA hashtag.
The vehicle is meant to enable large payloads to land on the surface of Mars.
NASA obviously chose the saucer shape so the Martians wouldn’t be frightened by an unfamiliar looking craft.
Tune in to Ustream for the live broadcast.