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NASA spots a telltale 'Star Trek' sign on Mars

Mashable Saturday, 15 June 2019
The Martian desert is rich in curiosities. 

And Star Trek symbolism, too. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter — a satellite zipping around the red planet — captured a mass of ancient lava rock that looks strikingly like the Star Trek Starfleet insignia donned by the show's galactic explorers. 

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NASA scientists have discovered a formation on Mars that looks just like the Starfleet symbol from the sci-fi series 'Star Trek.'

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