HOUSTON - The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has just released some astounding information to the general public.
NASA Spokesperson Trent Timmelfarb said that recent close up photos of Saturn have revealed what appear to be motorcycle tire tracks.
The photos were taken using two of the best scientific cameras in the entire world; The RM-8000 Alpha and The Fukidaka 500 which are of course both Japanese cameras.
Noted scientific space expert Dr. Heinrich Von Heinrich commented that he viewed over 170 photos and he can say unequivocally that the photos clearly show motorcycle tire tracks.
Dr. Von Heinrich says he understands that it seems positively astounding but he pointed out that a little over 500 years ago people were astonished to learn that the world was not flat.
Jefferson Sierra a reporter with National Focus Magazine asked Dr. Heinrich if he could tell the make of the motorcycle.
Dr. Heinrich smiled politely and replied that without a photo of the motorcycle itself it is virtually impossible.
To view photos of the unbelievable Saturn motorcycle tire tracks go to www.saturnmotorcycletiretracks.wow.