The geoglyphs are not visible from ground-level, which has led many to seek answers of their origin off-world.
However, Mr Wagner shot down the theory arguing even 250 miles up in space he could not see them all at once.
He said: “I decided to capture even before flight, but managed to find it only after several flyovers and using the 1,200mm lens.
“And even after capturing them several times and every time we fly past I can’t notice them at once, so I think they aren’t meant to be observed from space!”
The Nazca lines are formed into some 300 basic geometric shapes while some are more elaborate and look like animals.