It was reported that an astronomer has discovered a spiral galaxy that resembles a pepperoni pizza. The galaxy was depicted with a bright central region with curving arms spiraling outward, reminiscent of the circular shape and curving lines of pepperoni on a pizza slice.
This discovery shook the astronomy world. Elon Musk declared that it could shed new light on the formation of spiral galaxies and immediately rebranded SpaceX as Pizza-X.
The trouble is, Pizza-Galaxy is fake. As it turns out, a mischievous astronomer named Jonah who loves to play pranks on his colleagues, stumbled upon a picture of a pepperoni pizza and had an idea for his latest joke.
He created a fake presentation and convinced his team that the picture of the pepperoni was actually a newly discovered spiral galaxy. He filled the slides with made-up data and astronomical terms, and NASA was completely fooled. Who wouldn’t trust a ten billion-dollar telescope?
The astronomers where the discovery was made were filled with excitement and energy and high-fived and hugged each other, shouting and whooping with joy. On a large screen, images and data showed the Pizza-Galaxy confirming the groundbreaking discovery.
Champagne corks pop and flutes clink as the astronomers toast to their success and the future of space exploration. Pizzas were delivered in honor of the event. The truth is out there but nobody has the heart to inform the gullible astronomers that Pizza-Galaxy is fake.