Giant spider ‘attacks’ Australian space telescope


It’s an arachnophobe’s worst nightmare come true.

A safety digital camera fastened on the enormous antenna at Canberra’s Deep Space Communications Advanced caught a terrifying spider “assault” this week when an enormous huntsman spider crawled throughout the lens.

The impact was chilling – making it appear to be the enormous arachnid was dwarfing the 34-meter large deep space antenna.

Canberra's Deep Space Communications Complex
Canberra’s Deep Space Communications Advanced was opened in 1965.

“When mission scientists determined to place photos from Mars on the World Vast Internet, we don’t suppose that is what they’d in thoughts,” the Canberra Deep Space Community tweeted, according to 9 News Australia.


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