So naturally, when news hit social media that NASA's New Horizons spacecraft had finally passed by the dwarf planet Pluto and sent across historic pictures of the ice-and-rock planetoid, netizens left to their devices did what they did best; made memes of it.
It doesn't matter that the spacecraft travelled over 4.8 billion km at the speed of 45,000 km per hour and endured a nine-and-a-half-year long journey to accomplish this mammoth feat, the Internet is still looking for Mickey Mouse's pet dog Pluto on the face of the dwarf planet's surface.
Take a look at some of the funniest memes and jokes people came up with:
Lonely Pluto. pic.twitter.com/YI3sTva5pv- Liam WOTO (@luffwoto) July 14, 2015
Oh, boy! There's no pup more stellar than Pluto. pic.twitter.com/QwH1r51GGG- Disney (@Disney) July 14, 2015
The new Pluto pictures are amazing! pic.twitter.com/uOAeJmBDCW- Brian Gaar (@briangaar) July 14, 2015
How Pluto felt today pic.twitter.com/QJYo1ukPs1- Josh Constine (@JoshConstine) July 15, 2015
When you kick Pluto to the planetary curb but then drive by her orbit really slow. pic.twitter.com/xSdj8TfNVV- Justice Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) July 15, 2015
hey guys.... the pics came in from the other side of pluto and... pic.twitter.com/tV89oM9BL0- Lana Polansky (@mechapoetic) July 14, 2015
Does anyone else see Pluto on Pluto? pic.twitter.com/cmf9k4Sqaq- Dr. Science Cat (@DrScienceCat) July 14, 2015