NASA Spacecraft Discovers Mickey Mouse Icon On Mercury

Ah, humanity — we travel to the far reaches of our solar system, only to find our own corporate logos. reports:

A NASA spacecraft has captured a spectacular photo of Mercury craters arranged in a shape that looks just like Disney’s iconic cartoon mouse. The photo comes from the Messenger spacecraft in orbit around Mercury and shows a giant crater topped with two smaller impact basins to create the recognizable shape.

The Mickey Mouse on Mercury is formed by a huge crater about 65 miles (105 kilometers) wide that was later peppered by other impacts to create the “ears.

4 Comments on "NASA Spacecraft Discovers Mickey Mouse Icon On Mercury"

  1. it’s the “Imagineers”!

  2. Klumppsmith | Jun 22, 2012 at 3:00 am |

    I can not believe  that Mickey Mouse icon may found in the mercury .

  3. Adam Boner | Jun 22, 2012 at 6:57 am |

    I swear I can see Jesus in that image. 

  4. This is no surprise. The mouse-eared alien race that has been monitoring Earth has been laying the groundwork for first contact for the better part of a century now. In the 1920’s they contacted Walt Disney and had him create the Mickey Mouse character to help acclimate the human race to bipedal, language-using rodent creatures, and even to revere their race as the natural “leader” of our “club.” Clearly, this formation is intended as a sign to their agents here on Earth to make the final preparations. 

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