A stone with a brown stain has been spotted on the Jupiter moon, Europa by the 250 billion dollar space orbiter, Odyssius. The exciting stone is probably sandstone discoloured by brown iron.
Jubilant geologists at Houston cheered when the image was recognised this morning.
"This is the stuff of dreams", Scientist Rocky Outcrop told our Jupiter reporter today.
David Cameron and President Obama have financed the launch of a special $300 billion dollar stone analysing manned Space Craft planned for take off in November.
"It is of vital importance to look at stones because they are on the Moon Europa and thats well, kinda cool isn't it", said President Obama.
Stone watching and gathering spacecraft have been to The Moon, Mars and now Europa, a satellite of Jupiter.
The $1500 billion billion dollar total budget for stone spotting could have been spent helping to improve the quality of life of millions of people on earth, but distant stones are thought to be more exciting by many governments.