‘Can you spot’ challenge has become a thing now. Every other person is on his/her toes to face a good brainteaser- whether it's solving a mathematical riddle or a random puzzle.
If you come across a person who is keen to crack a tough puzzle, then make them acquainted with this photo that’s doing the rounds on the Internet.
The Internet users are left scratching their heads over a photo, tweeted out by Mark T Vade Hei, a NASA astronaut, he posted along with the caption: “Can you find the spacewalker's legs in this photo? Russian spacewalk continues! @Space_Station.” on February 3. Yes, you can roll up your sleeves and take a chair, because bro, this might take a while.
The photo shows a fetching view of Earth, some portions of the space station and, yes, the legs of a Roscosmos astronaut.
While you're struggling with this brain-teasing image, let's have a look comments thread on the tweet that has been flooded with people saying they cannot find the legs. Many managed just fine though.
Found! 😄 pic.twitter.com/7uSouwELn5— Cristina Bandini (@cricris76) February 3, 2018
But can you find the sailor in this picture?— Kyle (@mielkman) February 3, 2018
Yes got that..... it was not easy— Khushal V Sachania (@KhushalSachania) February 6, 2018
— Ninterd (@Ninterd) February 3, 2018
Yeh I found you pic.twitter.com/LgsqlcxUAj— mohit chourasiya (@mohitchourasiy) February 7, 2018
For the uninitiated, cosmonauts Alexander Misurkin and Anton Shkaplerov spent over 8 hours outside the ISS during a spacewalk on Feb. 2, setting a new record for the longest Russian spacewalk. The pair installed components for an antenna to improve communications with Russia's flight controllers on Earth.