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'Han Solo' Photographed on Mercury

'Han Solo' Photographed on Mercury

NASA's Messenger probe has captured a rather curious-looking shape on the surface of the planet Mercury. The photo shows an ancient block of crust protruding out of the ground of the Caloris basin that looks uncannily like a humanoid figure. Some observers have called attention to figure's resemblance to the iconic image from Star Wars of rogue smuggler Han Solo frozen in carbonite. More at Unexplained Mysteries.

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