Multiple Starfleet Insignias Spotted On Mars Surface

June 14, 2019

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This is a shot of the Hellas Planitia region of Mars captured by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter featuring three undeniable Starfleet insignias around 500 meters long. Now according to the researchers at the University Of Arizona operating the Orbiter's camera, these shapes are the result of the interactions between "dunes, lava and wind," although I suspect that statement is actually the result of them lying straight to our faces. I mean the original U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 was built in the San Francisco Yards orbiting Earth, why's it so hard to believe it traveled back and time and visited Mars? Tell me I'm wrong. "You're wrong." Fine, then it's viral marketing for that new Star Trek: Picard series.

Keep going for the original shot.

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Thanks again to Joann P, who agrees aliens are among us, and they're octopuses.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Those are clearly Nike swooshes. Nike is doing viral marketing by sending robots to Mars to carve their logo into the surface of the planet to claim it for their own.

  • Doog

    Engage!

  • XzVs

    Star Trek writers should write this into the plot and backstory somehow. It could go something like this: The Starfleet insignia was inspired by an early officer who saw the sand dunes of Mars and was inspired to make them part of Starfleet's uniforms.

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    That could actually be good. It could be that the first star fleet mission landed in this area and the photos of the landing zone became a symbol of their mission.

  • Douchy McDouche

    That's an upside Nike logo.

  • Eric Ord

    FIRST

    PS Not a turn on, gotta tell you.

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