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Bizarre image of Russian ‘snow art’ baffles astronaut (PHOTO)

A bizarre image of a snowy Russian landscape covered with dark, angular lines stretching for miles, taken by ISS astronaut Thomas Pesquet, left the Frenchman baffled as he shared the enigmatic snap online.

Pesquet posted the image he captured from the International Space Station to Twitter, describing the picture as “minimalist snow art,” but adding he could not explain the unusual feature.

Suggestions poured in from the Twitterati with the majority guessing it was as a result of oil or gas pipelines while others shared more creative explanations.

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  • Matt_ADMIN_Matt_ADMIN_ Administrator
    I wonder what could have created these lines - they're so parallel to one another and perfect
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