A Superman frog flies for one last time during a NASA rocket launch creating the most hilarious NASA frog photobomb ever. 'Business Insider Australia' recently wrote an article about the demise of this now famous froggy. It has been announced that Jeremy Eggers from the 'Wallops/Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport' confirmed the photo to be real.
In the top left corner of the photo, among the smoke and debris, you can see a small frog soaring through the air. The photo was taken at the LADEE launch in Virginia last week and this frog happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Although the frog is no longer with us, his/her mark has been made on the world as the frog has captured attention around the globe. The NASA frog photobomb will now go down into history and Mr. Froggy will be remembered for his bravery.
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