The Firefox Logo In Space

A photograph of a variable star V838 Monocerotis was taken back in December 2002. It looks like the Firefox Logo.

    Here’s a photograph of a variable star V838 Monocerotis, which was taken by the Hubble telescope back in December 2002.

    It is laid at the edge of our milky way and is really cool!

    It looks extremely similar to the Firefox logo which leads me to thinking that Mr Stephen Desroches, (who was the graphic designer for the Firefox logo) probably cheated and used to look into space a lot to get ideas, as he designed the logo in 2004.

    So it seems if there is a God of some sort, then even they agree that Firefox is the best internet browser.

    If you’re a dude that likes to look through your telescope and happen to find something that looks like the Internet Explorer logo or Chrome logo, then please share!

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