Nasa hid five secret messages in its latest space trip – did you spot them? | The Sun

NASA has revealed five hidden messages it scattered around their recent Artemis I Orion Spacecraft.

The uncrewed ship was filled with special items as it whizzed up and around the moon, before returning to Earth on Sunday.

Shaun the Sheep, four Lego mini figures and 245 Silver Snoopy pins were among the haul on board.

But the space agency also planted some secret tributes.

The red bird located in the upper right is in memory of Mark Geyer, a former Orion program manager and Johnson Space Center director.

He passed away last year.

Read More on The Sun

BGT judge Amanda Holden reveals major change to show’s new spin-off series

I love my body even though trolls say I look like the Michelin Man

The bird represents the St Louis Cardinals baseball team, which Geyer was a massive fan of.

Above the Callisto-Alexa technology demo area in the middle are some strange dots.

It's actually morse code symbols spelling out "Charlie", in a nod to Orion Deputy Program Manager Charlie Lundquist.

Lundquist – who died in 2020 – played a huge role in Orion’s development.

Most read in Tech


Pornhub’s ‘Year in Review’ 2022 reveals what XXX fans love watching


Mind-blowing images reveal world of tiny creatures that are keeping you alive


Millions still making dangerous iPhone mistake every single day – check yours now


Warning for millions using electric heaters in cold weather – 9 dangerous mistakes

Below Callisto in front of the pilot's seat you'll see some numbers.

These represent the country codes for the United States, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Spain and the Netherlands, who participated in building the spacecraft’s European Service Module.

Elsewhere, you may have seen the letters CBAGF – it's on the right side, next to the pilot seat and below one of the windows.

CBAGF are music notes to Frank Sinatra's 1964 hit Fly Me to the Moon.

Read more about Nasa

Nasa space telescope proves stars ‘don’t die alone’ with explosion display

‘Last pic EVER taken on moon’ showing NASA astronaut uncovered after 50yrs

And finally, there's a binary code for the number 18 on the top of the pilot's seat.

This is meant to recognise Nasa’s history of travel to the Moon with the Apollo Program and to celebrate a human spacecraft’s return to the Moon after Apollo 17 for the Artemis Generation.

Best Phone and Gadget tips and hacks

Looking for tips and hacks for your phone? Want to find those secret features within social media apps? We have you covered…

  • How to delete your Instagram account
  • What does pending mean on Snapchat?
  • How to check if you've been blocked on WhatsApp
  • How to drop a pin on Google Maps
  • How can I change my Facebook password?
  • How to go live on TikTok
  • How to clear the cache on an iPhone
  • What is NFT art?
  • What is OnlyFans?
  • What does Meta mean?

Get all the latest WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook and other tech gadget stories here.

We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Tech & Science team? Email us at [email protected]

Source: Read Full Article