What does a penguin do on Mars?

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There is no doubt that the craziest is what this man, whose obsession with the red planet, believes is the limit of images he has taken US space agency "NASA" In search of what is strange or perhaps his point of view supports the existence of life or creatures on the planet near the Earth.

Steve Martin, an astronomer, spent hours looking at the photos NASA Captured for a planet Mars When he signed his eye on something in a "confirmed" photo his doubts about existence Life outside the earth, Especially on the surface of Mars, according to the British newspaper Mirror.

Steve Martin believes that seeing it in the picture is just a head A penguin From a "Humboldt" platoon It looks behind the rocks of the planet.

Usually this penguin species lives Latin America, In particular on the coasts of Chile and Peru.

Steve told the British newspaper Sun. "I always thought there was life on Mars, now I think I can prove it."

"He added," I spent hours looking at NASA images, but I didn't think for a moment that I would find a way to Mars. I don't know how he got there, but I hope that NASA carefully studies the image and try to understand how it came and why. "

Some cynics and menderers have said this "The exciting discovery". It can be overshadowed by the great success of the scientists who put the first image of a black hole a few days ago.

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Undoubtedly the craziest is what this man, obsessed with the red planet, thinks of looking at the images taken by the US space agency NASA in search of what is strange or perhaps his point of view supports the 39; existence of life or creatures on the planet near the Earth.

Steve Martin, an astronomer, spent hours looking at NASA images on Mars when he saw something that "confirmed" his suspicions about extraterrestrial life, particularly on the surface of Mars, according to the British newspaper Mirror.

Steve Martin believes he saw it in the picture as a head similar to Hambolt from behind the rocks of the planet.

Penguin species usually live in Latin America, particularly on the shores of Chile and Peru.

"I always thought there was life on Mars," Steve told the Sun newspaper. "Now I think I can prove it."

"I spent hours watching NASA, but I didn't think for a moment that I would find a way on Mars. I don't know how it got there, but I hope NASA studies the image carefully and makes an effort to see how it is arrived and why. "

Some experts and mutinists have claimed that the "exciting discovery" could overshadow the great success that scientists have made in putting the first image of the black hole a few days ago.

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