NASA's Marree Man satellite image shows that Australian geographer is still trapped on Earth

One pilot discovered the mysterious latitude of a hunter hunter engraved on the ground in 1998, and to this day no one knows how to get there.

Marree Man gained a new life in 2016 when a team from the hometown of Marree plotted lines to keep humans from fading due to erosion. Now, NASA is sharing an image taken in June showing the success of their efforts.

So far, the restoration team's view that their retention will last longer than the original. They created wind energy grooves designed to trap water and encourage vegetation growth, according to NASA. They hope that eventually man will become green.

Many have tried to trace the origins of Marree Man.

CNN previously reported that Dick Smith, the founder of Dick Smith Electronics and Dick Smith Foods, decided to tackle the mystery in 2016, and for two years his team excelled at finding out what he could find.

He believed he was doing business, so in 2018 he offered a reward of $ 5,000 ($ 3,712) to anyone with information about his existence.

No one has come forward, but some believe it was done by an artist living in Alice Springs, though other indications suggest the creator may have been an American.

Regardless, the mystery of Marree Man lives on.