The Hubble Telescope has identified a shiny, curvaceous new meteorite circling our solar system. Named KK-36-26-42 by NASA, the discovery has scientists excited, if not a little over-excited.
Spokesman Elmo Seaman explained. "This is a very unusual discovery. Hubble picked up 4 unexpected eclipses of multiple suns. We sent one of our astrophysicists to check out the meteorite and we couldn't get him to leave the telescope, he was glued to it and breathing kinda funny."
Images released show the kilometer-long meteorite has two massive, 3 mile high, front protruding mountain ranges at one end, with distinct peaks, and two more slightly shorter but wider protrusions at the other end, with a 2 mile deep canyon dividing them. "The protrusions are getting between Hubble and the suns" explained Seaman, who went onto say "What's even more unusual is that every time someone looks at the meteorite it seems to turn towards Hubble and wiggle its mountain ranges provocatively".
NASA has denied rumours that the footage of the meteorite, entitled "Kim Does The Universe" will be released with a Triple-X rating. A spokesperson for KIm Kardshian denied this was a cheap publicity stunt but stated that Ms Kardshian's lawyer was seeking film rights.