Star Trek Logo Discovered On Mars And This Says God Was Always Fan Of Star Trek!

Star War series has always been fascinating to the viewers around the world. Now, the chevron symbol is discovered on the Red planet and this clearly says that God is a fan of Star Trek! Read the full story to know about the discovery of the symbol and what Star Wars cast says about the symbol!

NASA’s Mars orbit captured some iconic images.

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NASA has been exploring the Mars surface since 1965. The above image captures Korolev crater. It is filled with water ice which is near the north pole of Mars. But the above photo didn’t capture the eyes of people. The chevron symbol did.

Here is the Star Trek symbol.

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According to CNN, it is cooled lava that helped to preserve the footprint of where dunes once move across a southeastern region on Mars which looks like Star Trek symbol.

 

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The “Star Trek” actor comments on the chevron symbol.

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It’s official. Shatner has already been to mars and marked his territory. But this rises up the rivalry with the Star war Luke Skywalker.

Luke Skywalker think it’s not the same!

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Mark says, “Looks like a boomerang to me”. To which William Shatter replies, “Don’t be jelly, Mark”. Here Mark Hamil and William Shatner are trading mock insults. Somewhere Phil Knight is twirling his mustache and going “I always knew I was bigger than u two”

Hold my Beer!

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It totally looks like a Death Star. How long you think Falcon was parked here?

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Sorry, Ariana Grande.

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Ariana Grande, we are sorry to tell you that God is not a woman, God is a star trek fan and the almighty doesn’t need any gender to be a fan of it. Well, I know it may sound nonsensical but the calamities in this universe are governed by God.

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Star Wars is real. Period.

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Well, we always knew Star Trek was real and here’s the proof Captain Kirk and crew landed on Mars and left for all future generations the iconic logo signifying that the series was actually a true event captured in real time for all eternity.

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