Probable Deceptacon Landing Spot Examined

An expedition went deep into the desert to examine first hand the Kamil crater that was spotted via Google Earth in 2008 and made some time ago (they’re still working on that) by an iron meteorite.

The two-week, 40-person expedition included Egyptian and Italian scientists, as well as numerous local support workers, and was conducted as part of the 2009 Italian-Egyptian Year of Science and Technology (EISY). It was also supported with funding by ESA’s Space Situational Awareness (SSA) programme

They can call it whatever they want.  I’ve seen the movie.  I recognize the signs left when a transforming, sentient robot smashes into Earth at high speed.

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2 Responses to Probable Deceptacon Landing Spot Examined

  1. Autumnforest says:

    Of course, it’s quite obvious!

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