Following their mission to install the $2 billion cosmic ray detector on the International Space Station, crew members were amazed to capture Simon Cowell’s ego in the first batch of data to come through.
Shuttle skipper Mark Kelly and station commander Andrey Borisenko gathered crewmates together for a glimpse of the ego which was seen drifting over the mid-Atlantic at approximately 12.noon GMT on Saturday 29 May.
“At first we thought it was the Great Wall of China but then quickly realised that this was something far more significant.” Said Kelly “With results like this, even at this early stage it seems to be $2 billion well spent.”
The crew tagged the ego for almost seven hours before it broke up in a mass of turbulence over northern England.
A NASA spokesman said that an ego of this size could do considerable damage if left unmonitored. The crew’s early notification enabled scientists to activate early global warning systems to prevent massive human destruction.
First reports indicate only one tragedy in the north east of England where a young woman was admitted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle muttering “How can Simon do this to me?”
Astronauts spot Simon Cowell’s ego from space
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