By McKenzie Ezola News concerning the Supermoon eclipse, also known as the Blood Moon, flooded social media on September 27th 2015. The moon was not the only significant thing going on in space. Completely changing the speculation of life on Mars, NASA has shared their discovery there is evidence of liquid water found on Mars. Answering one of the world's biggest mysteries Jim Green (Director of the Planetary Science NASA) announces, “liquid water has been found on Mars.” A theory was made that dark streaks seen on the walls at Gale crater could be formed by flowing water. Nature Geoscience reports that, “the presence of Perchlorate salts have been detected on equatorial Mars by the Curiosity rover,” as well as, “observations support the formation of night-time transient liquid brines in the uppermost 5 cm of the subsurface that then evaporate after sunrise.” Liquid water sits on the surface of the red desert mountain known as Gale crater at night and evaporates in the morning. NASA has also stated that signatures of hydrated salts have been recognized at multiple locations. The evaporated salty residue is proof that liquid water did exist there. “Our quest on Mars has been to ‘follow the water’ in our search for life in the universe, and now we have convincing science that validates what we’ve long suspected,” said John Grunsfeld, astronaut and associate administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington.