Romour has it that the next media teleconference on Curiosity’s mission is on Tuesday 30 October at 2:30 p.m. EDT (11:30 am PDT) about methane that Curiosity found on Mars. It is a rumour, it might be wrong. But I do believe that next briefing is worth keeping an eye out for.
< UPDATE: the briefing on 30 October is not about the methane.
Methane found by Curiosity will be discussed in a later briefing, probably next week >
The powerpoint slides and pictures will be available at the start of the event here
Marc Kaufman, journalist for the Washington Post and for National Geographic wrote an article about Methane and its significance on Mars in our last Mars Exploration Magazine.
You can find that article on page 24 by clicking here
Methane on Mars: a possible sign of life, and a definite source of controversy
Curiosity is 70 days into a two-year mission to investigate whether conditions may have been favorable for microbial life.
You can view this event here
or just listen to it here
Visuals (images) will be available at the start of the event here