Jack Davis, just 9 years old, has become a viral on social networks just after sending a letter to the Space Agency of United States of America, NASA to run as a candidate to protect the planet from any extraterrestrial danger or aliens.
The minor explained in his letter that he is the ideal candidate to fulfill that work. He calls himself “Guardian of the Galaxy” because of the great experience he has gained from seeing many cartoon films and movies related to space and aliens.
When 4th grader and self-proclaimed “Guardian of the Galaxy”, Jack, wrote to us about applying for a job, we replied: http://go.nasa.gov/2ffZnDK
Here is what this little kid stated in his letter: “My name is Jack Davis and I would like to apply for the position of Planetary Protection Officer. Maybe I’m only 9, but I’m perfect for the job. One of the reasons is that my sister told me that I was an alien, I have also seen all the extraterrestrial films I could. I’ve also seen the Marvel Agents of Shield series and hope to see the movie Men in Black. I’m very good at video games. I’m very young, so I can learn to think like an alien.”
At the request of Jack, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in the United States, NASA planetary science director Jim Green responded to the child with a letter, which they published in their official Facebook profile.
The planetary science director Jim Green explained to little Jack that this job is about to collect microbes from the Moon and Mars asteroids in order to study if these are harmful to the human race or not.
Here’s the official letter from NASA:-
I heard that you are a Guardian of the Galaxy and that you are interested in being a Planetary Protection Officer. That’s cool!
Our vacancy for Planetary Protection Officer is very cool and is a very important job. It is about protecting the Earth from tiny microbes when we bring samples of the Moon, asteroids or Mars. It is also about protecting other planets and moons from our germs as we explore the Solar System.
We are always looking for bright future scientists and engineers to help us, so I hope you study hard and do well in school. We hope to see you here at NASA one of these days!”
Finally, he closed the letter advising him that he should go to school and work hard to achieve this post some day. The publication became viral with more than 40 thousand reactions and the photographs were shared more than 12 thousand times.
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