NASA astronauts replied to Pakistani fourth graders’ space related queries

Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

15th Oct, 2020. 07:46 pm

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has changed the lives of fourth-grade students after their astronauts replied to space-related questions.

A group of fourth-graders had space-related questions, their teacher took a shot and tweeted the same in order to get a reply from NASA. She tagged the space agency as well as some famous astronauts on Twitter.

The letter with the questions got a reply from the NASA astronauts after over 2,000 people retweeted the post. Scientists and astronauts responded to their queries and invited the children to be their guests once the pandemic ends.

An American science communicator and the host of Xploration Outer Space, Emily Calandrelli, replied to the fourth-graders’ queries.

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield had also replied to the students.

Netizens, including the teacher, were overwhelmed by the responses. Moreover, DLR – German Aerospace Center — also responded to the questions

Many of the twitterites suggested Fawad Chaudhry, Federal Minister of Science and Technology to help other children to have their questions answered.

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