Admittedly, never in our wildest dreams could we have imagined we'd be reporting on GameStar about a vile stone. But as we all know, things always turn out differently than you think. So a stone from our neighboring planet Mars is now finding its way into our product range.
Of course, this is not just a fallen stone. No, this particular piece makes sci-fi fans' hearts beat faster. Because it looks exactly like the all-too-familiar logo. And it's Starfleet from Star Trek:
So, it's over now. We have a Trekkie in our ranks. Although the following article may have already suggested the following:
Where did the image of the stone come from?
To be more serious again: it was stone It was discovered by the Mars rover Curiosity last January Or photographed (trans winfuture). It was actually discovered by amateur astronomer and X (formerly Twitter) user. Stuart Atkinson While reviewing a number of publicly available images from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), as it is called for short, builds and controls satellites and space probes for NASA, and is affiliated with the famous California Institute of Technology, where, for example, the famous guys from the sitcom
The Big Bang Theory Work and research.
By the way, Curiosity has been operating since August 6, 2012 On Mars ever since Endless photos A snapshot of the surface of the red planet.
This is how fans reacted to the tweet
Jeffrey.O.Cee For example he writes:
This must be their headquarters on Mars.
Robin Markowitz He responds with a Vulcan salute and the following word:
William Haddad He puts it in true Vulcan style:
Greetings… We are indeed going where no one has gone before… Live long and in peace.
Not the first Starfleet logo on Mars
Nearly five years ago, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (in Mars orbit since March 10, 2006) captured an image of a formation that clearly resembled the Starfleet logo:
as University of Arizona I mentioned, the formation is one
The complex history of sand dunes, lava and wind. Which is to say: Neither Captain Picard nor Captain Kirk traveled back in time to place the Starfleet logo on Mars – unfortunately.
The James Webb Space Telescope provides particularly exciting insights and images of the universe. You can learn more about its mission and technical equipment here:
How are you all? Does the stone and rock formation make your sci-fi hearts beat as hard as ours? Or does this leave you completely cold? Are you even a fan of science fiction? What is your favorite movie or series? What about astronomy – are you interested in foreign planets and stars? Feel free to write it to us in the comments!
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