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9 years child applies for a job at NASA here is how NASA replied

It Took NASA 1 Day to Brilliantly Respond to a 9-Year-Old’s Job Application

9 years child applies for a job at NASA here is how NASA replied

NASA occasionally astonishes us with their gestures. After the space agency recently announced a vacancy for the position of Planetary Protection Officer, a 9-year-old child sent in an application. The way NASA handled the child’s job application is currently causing the internet to crash.

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Jack Davis, a 9-year-old self-described Guardian of the Galaxy from New Jersey, wrote to NASA in an effort to express his interest in the position of Planetary Protection Officer. Here is what the sweet child wrote in the letter.

9-Year-Old Applies For Job At NASA, And Here's How NASA Responds

“I want to apply for the position of planetary protection officer, and my name is Jack Davis. Even though I’m only nine, I feel qualified for the position. My sister claims I am an alien, and I’ve seen every space and alien movie there is, so that’s one of the reasons.” ‘Guardian of the Galaxy, Fourth Grade,’ Davis wrote as his signature on the letter.

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NASA didn’t simply throw the letter away. Jim Green, director of planetary science at NASA, responded to him in writing. “I understand you’re a ‘Guardian of the Galaxy and are considering applying to be a NASA Planetary Protection Officer. Green wrote, “That’s awesome.

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Jonathan Rall, director of Planetary Research, called Jack as well. In order to one day become the real Guardians of the Galaxy, NASA has urged Jack and others to work hard in their studies.

9-Year-Old Applies For Job At NASA, And Here's How NASA Responds

Green wrote: “We are always looking for bright future scientists and engineers to help us, so I hope you will study hard and do well in school. We hope to see you at NASA soon!

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