In a diversion from its Mars probe, the lander was sent today to George W Bush's brain, and reports have confirmed that there is life there.
For decades, scientists believed Bush's brain was a barren wasteland, with lots of poisonous chemicals floating around it, but today's evidence points to some very primitive lifeform existing, though barely aware of anything. There is even an unlikely possibility that Bush's brain will have the power of speech, but this has been dismissed by most scientists as going too far.
Bush's brain had thought to be dead, a lump of rock with no ability to even know what day it was, let alone feed itself without help, but the fact that life exists there is a major surprise.
Laura Bush, speaking from her holiday home as far away from her husband as she can get, said: 'I actually thought he was brain dead years ago.'