The strange new add-on featured an ominous phrase that did little to quell suspicions or fears: "My Reality Is Different Than Yours."
The agency captured the image as its Mars Express spacecraft moved from North to South Pole.
Starting with the infamous BBC News interview being interrupted by two young children, here are some of the funniest viral videos from 2017.
The priest of the Banagher parish informed its congregation of the theft after notifying the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
Search engine confirms most searched for terms of 2017 in the UK and across the globe, ranging from weather to technology to royals.
Madison and boyfriend Chris uploaded an innocent video of her parents surprising him with a car. The result was an unexpected onslaught of vicious racist abuse.
A tweet by video streaming giant Netflix has divided opinion on the internet - was it funny or did it shame users?
Aspiring Ninja Turtle Caleb Green, 4, set out to read 100 books in just one day. His family streamed the efforts on Facebook Live.
Google Maps will soon notify travellers when they are nearing their stop on public transport.
Reddit users have shared and commented on a 1955 book excerpt that draws frightening parallels between the rise of Hitler's Nazi regime and Donald Trump's United States.
YouTube has released its annual rewind video that highlights the biggest trends of the previous year.
With the help of a Google Home speaker, a speech-impaired boy has been able to say his first word. Unfortunately it's "Google".
Anastasia Knyazeva has amassed more than 560,000 Instagram followers and has been dubbed the most beautiful girl in the world, which many people have said is creepy.
2017 is almost over so Tenor.com has revealed its most popular memes and gifs including Trump draws and Salt Bae.
The US cities with the fastest 4G internet has been revealed in a new Open Signal report. Hint, New York doesn't crack the top 10.
WhatsApp users report problems sending texts after messaging service goes down across the world. It had previously gone down in May and last New Year's Eve.
London commuters tired of losing their internet connection on the Tube will soon be able to enjoy 4G internet.
A sex chat bot will lure in paedophiles looking to purchase underage prostitutes. Once convinced the service is legitimate, they will be slapped with a legal message.
UK telecom companies will no longer be able to advertise top-end download speeds that are often only available to about 10% of customers.
Pornhub are joining the pop-shop craze and will launch a physical store in New York City to run until Christmas