NASA Spots 'Muppet' on Mars

It appears that rogue researchers aren't the only ones who can find  intriguing oddities on the Mars as NASA recently shared an image of what  appears to be an iconic Muppet character on the surface of the Red  Planet. The weird find came courtesy of the space agency's High  Resolution Imaging Science Experiment which is a part of the Mars  Reconnaissance Orbiter. 

In a post on Twitter, the team behind the project lamented that a global dust  storm had "obscured much of the surface" of the planet, but they were  still able to examine areas of Mars' South Pole. And it is there that  NASA stumbled upon a formation which bears an uncanny resemblance to the  classic Muppets character Beaker, who you may recall was the bumbling  assistant of scientist Dr. Bunsen Honeydew. 

More on this story, including what other weird Disney-owned characters have 'appeared' in space at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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