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Beam me up, Scottie!
A dune shaped like the famous Star Trek logo was just discovered by NASA on the surface of Mars, and even William Shatner (Captain Kirk) thinks it's hilarious.
"Enterprising viewers will make the discovery that these features look conspicuously like a famous logo: and you'd be right, but it's only a coincidence," NASA said.
Coincidence or not, Trekkies everywhere are loving it.
*best Spock voice*— Aficionado Prodigiosus, Purveyor of the Strange (@AProdigiosus) June 13, 2019
And some are going so far as to assume it's just proof their beloved characters are real.
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See? I told you. Keep the faith Trekkies! 😘https://t.co/RtTf0fQWtG— Dave Silk (@s11lko) June 13, 2019
What's The Real Story?
NASA's unmanned Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which has been flying around Mars for over a decade, snapped this photo of a dune cast-a formation created by lava eruptions, wind and sand.
And it's pretty freaking cool.