An American kid apply to be an earth guardian in NASA


An American kid apply to be an earth guardian in NASA An American kid apply to be an earth guardian in NASA - A nine years old boy named Jack Davis dared to apply for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Through a piece of paper, Davis introduced himself and his desire to be a part of the Planetary Protection employees.

For your information, this Planetary Protection Division is under the auspices of NASA. He showed his excellence as he has been watching all aliens theme movies, such as Men In Black. In addition, Davis showed off if he was a gamer.

"I'm still young, so I can learn to think like an alien," said Davis in a cover letter. Do not forget in recorded the name as 'Guardian of the Galaxy' from the fourth grade.

James I. Green as the Director of the Planetary Science Division replied the letter. He appreciated the courage of Davis to apply in the workplace.

"Planetary Protection Officer Position was very cool and very important work. It's about protecting the Earth from tiny microbes as we bring back samples from the Moon, asteroids, and Mars. It is also concerned about protecting the planet and another month in responsible while exploring the solar system,"said Green in a return letter.

However, Green said that Davis could not join the team because of his age. To that end, Green gave spirit to the kid from New Jersey for actively learning at school so that the future can be joined.

"We hope to meet with you here, in one day," said Green.


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