Loch Ness, a lake in the Highlands of Scotland, is believed to be home to the Loch Ness Monster, a mythical creature that has captured the attention of people around the world for decades.

The search for the Loch Ness monster has gained momentum as "monster hunters" have put plans to unearth the big guns into action. The Loch Ness Center has asked NASA to offer its expertise for a new hunt for the rumored creature.

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"NASA TECHNOLOGY TO SCAN THE GULF"

"We hope that NASA experts will have the advanced imaging technology to scan the loch," said Aimee Todd, marketing manager at the Loch Ness Center. The next search for the monster will take place on the 90th anniversary of the first observation of the Loch Ness Monster: Mount Sir Edward's expedition will run from May 30 to June 2.

156 SIGHTINGS IN 90 YEARS

Since the first expedition of the "Monster Watchers" in 1934, official Loch Ness Monster sighting records have recorded 1,156 separate reports. Renovated last year, the Loch Ness Center has partnered with Loch Ness Exploration (LNE), an independent volunteer research team, along with hundreds of volunteers to search for the famous waters of Loch Ness.

NASA SUPPORT ON 90TH ANNIVERSARY EXPEDITION

In the search for the Loch Ness Monster, the team has captured the world's attention with the largest search ever organized.

Experts hope that NASA can provide special equipment to help locate the monster during the 90th anniversary expedition. Unfortunately, NASA has not yet responded to the call for help.