NASA recently announced they're holding a press conference today at noon central time, but offered up no details on what the press conference would pertain to, other than they'd be discussing recent findings regarding exoplanets, or planets orbiting stars other than Sol (the sun).

We do know that NASA Associate Administrator Thomas Zurbuchen, Belgian astronomer Michael Gillon, and Sean Carey, manager of NASA's Spitzer Science Center will be participating in the press conference, among others. Spitzer Science Center is tasked with locating and studying exoplanets.

Following the noon press conference will be an AMA (ask me anything), an informal social Q&A session at social media/news aggregate site Reddit.

You can watch the press conference on NASA TV, or on the web-stream here, or below.